Polish celebrations on the 1 November are sensational in Europe.
No other country spends so much money for candles, and flowers, fuel or a train ticket on that Day – we read on Tuesday in “Businessinsider“. As we read in the newspaper,” as part of celebrations of All Saints Day. The Poles will make more than half of the annual sales of candles and start their journey to beloved ones graves”.
Mass travels will be more expensive than last year due to higher fuel prices, and the shops at gas stations will also be harvesting,” Businessinsider enumerates.
November the 1st in Poland. How does it look from the economic side?
“There is no such interest in gravelights anywhere in Europe,” says Witold Nieć, a public relations advisor at Polwax, the only producer of candles listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. The newspaper also notes that” gravelights production is so niche that it escapes market analytics”. “The only data available are estimates of the producers, which show that the market in retail prices may be worth over PLN 1 billion,” adds Mr. Witold Nieć.