Tradition
with sweet history

Tradition
and innovation

Wawel is one of the most renowned confectionery companies in Poland. The company was founded in 1910. In 1998 Wawel had its debut on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. In 2006 the company, in the city of Dobczyce near Cracow, completed an investment aimed at the construction of a modern factory equipped with technological lines, featuring the latest achievements of manufacturing technologies, which meet the requirements imposed by all applicable quality standards. Apart from sweets manufactured in accordance to the regional recipes, Wawel continues to expand its commercial offer with new products

Investment
and development

The strenght of Wawel is not only a broad portfolio of excellent products. Wawel gradually implements the chosen strategy and reinforces its position on the market. The company constantly works on new product and recipes and develops the production plant investing in modern production. In 2017 Wawel’s new investment, in production facilities worth 20 mln EUR, was completed.

Certificates

Quality and safety of the products are the highest priority for Wawel. The factory in Dobczyce fulfills all the safety and quality standards required for food production.

Certified Quality Management System according to ISO 9001 standard

International standard defining the requirements to be fulfilled by an organisation quality management system. The standard is mainly applied in organisations, which wish to demonstrate their ability to continuously provide goods fulfilling requirements of their customers. Among the main requirements of ISO 9001 standard are introduction of supervision of documentation and written matter, involvement of the management in creating a quality management system, systemising of resources management, establishing of product implementation procedures and systematic measurement of, among others, customer satisfaction, products and procedures.
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HACCP – Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point

Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point, complementary with Codex Alimentarius, covering development, production and sale of confectionery products.
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BRC – British Retail Consortium

International food safety standard
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UTZ Certificate (premium chocolate bars)

Cocoa from responsible and sustainable crops sourced with care for nature and without exploitation of people.
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RSPO Certificate (Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil)

Palm oil from crops that do not contribute to the devastation of natural environment sourced while respecting rights of people inhabiting the areas of oil palm cultivation.
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IFS Food – International Food Standard

International Food Standard
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Kosher Certification
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Halal Certification
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