Poland is a marginally adequate performer under the VACI (on par with Denmark and France).
Poland slaughters 25.9 land animals per person / year, compared to a world average of 9.7. This includes rabbits, horses, and most types of poultry. The number of animals slaughtered has increased since 2013. Intensive pig farming has increased since 2004 when Poland joined the EC.
Land animal protein in the diet is close to 50%, compared to a world average of 35%. This equates to each person consuming 47.8g of animal protein per day, compared with a global average of 26.7g. A survey for food company Light-box found that 3.7 percent of the population were vegetarian or vegan in 2013.