With 750,000 Poles living in the UK, the Brits are getting a taste of Polish food,

The influx of Eastern European immigrants to the UK over the last few years has not only helped fuel the British economy but its also changed the British tastes: with 750,000 Poles living in the UK, the Brits are getting a taste of Polish food, the Independent reports:

The fact that Poles are now the fastest-growing ethnic minority in Britain may be good news for anyone in need of a plumber, but it’s also having an effect on our kitchens for a different reason – a happy by-product of this large-scale immigration is the crop of Polish delis that are sprouting up across the country. From Hackney to the Highlands, reassuringly homely pickles, sausages, cream cheeses and buckwheat are being sold in vast quantities to the burgeoning ex-pat community (one recent opening in Glasgow is called Nostalgia). And now a growing number of customers are Brits.

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