Florian Belgard makes fruit candies with colourful patterns and customized logos. His confectionery has become a big hit with locals since he moved to Gdansk, Poland from Germany in 2005.
The 94-year-old, on trial for crimes committed while he was a guard at the Nazi Stutthof camp near Gdansk, voiced regret but denied knowledge of killings. He claimed he had no choice, and was never a Nazi.
Polish chef Damian Mazurkovski from the port city of Gedansk makes a simple but delicious house specialty from the Kubicki Restaurant where he works: herring tartare on Polish black bread.
A crashed tanker truck carrying liquid chocolate has turned a section of a Polish highway into "a huge chocolate bar." Officials clearing up the mess said dealing with the solidified chocolate was "worse than snow."
We're trained to think sugar is bad — and that vegan cookies or vegetarian wine gums are good as god. But at ISM 2018, Cologne's international sweets fair, "poisons" depend on the dose.
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