In terms of the
Good Ingredients
project we work with
a specially appointed

Experts' Council

Our idea would never stand a chance if not for the support and cooperation with outstanding specialists in terms of food products and their quality. It is precisely thanks to the help and experience of experts that we create the highest quality products, basing on Good Ingredients.

We've invited outstanding figures from the scientific community to the Experts' Council, which has been appointed at the stage of perfecting the recipes for our products. They constitute invaluable support in every-day work on the following development of our recipes, which do not raise any doubts in terms of the quality of used raw materials, include only harmless ingredients, and maintain 100% of their unique taste. Members of the Council support us also in promoting reliable and credible knowledge. 

The Experts' Council is an independent body associating representatives from various fields of science - for example food technology, science of commodities, dietetics, or entomology - working for prestigious universities. Working with such remarkable specialists in their respective fields is an honor for us and a chance to create a unique forum for exchanging experiences and information. As a responsible manufacturer we see the potential of fields enriching our knowledge and we are open to further development. 

Thanks to working with the Experts' Council we can say that Good Ingredients are the Best Ingredients. 

THANK YOU!



Dr. hab. Eng.
Agnieszka
Filipiak-Florkiewicz

Professor University of Agriculture

Hugo Kołłątaj University of Agriculture in Kraków

Faculty of Food Technology

Department of Gastronomic Technology and Consumption

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A food and nutrition specialist. She focuses her academic interests on nutritional education, health-promoting foods, bioactive ingredients, the nutritional value of food, food pollution, and nutri-pharmaceuticals. Her scientific works include more than 160 positions, with 69 original works, 4 review articles, 2 popular-science papers, 1 co-authored chapter in a textbook, but also 2 original chapters and 1 co-authored in a course-book, as well as 21 science communicates published in reviewed magazines, and many communicates published as conference materials. 

She has graduated from her Master's studies in 1997 achieving the title of M.Sc. Eng. in food and nutrition technology (University of Agriculture, Faculty of Food Technology). In 2001 the Board of the Faculty of Food Technology at the University of Agriculture has granted her with the title of a doctor of agricultural sciences in terms of food and nutrition technology. The board of her mother Faculty has granted her the title of doktor habilitowany in terms of food and nutrition technology in 2011. 

She began her professional work at the University in 1997, in the Faculty of Food Technology. During her 2012-2016 term, she has served the role of Deputy Dean of Studies and Students at the Faculty of Food Technology in Kraków. In 2016 the Board of the Faculty of Food Technology has chosen her for the position of Faculty Dean (2016-2020). 

Academic activity:

The main fields of her academic interests and conducted research concern issues related with:
- assessing eating habits and the nutritional condition of various social groups, as well as the level of knowledge concerning healthy eating and risk factors for the occurrence of non-contagious metabolic diseases,
- chemical food pollution, with special emphasis on nitrates (III) and nitrates (V), as well as heavy metals,
- manufacturing functional foods,
- the occurrence and characteristics of bioactive food ingredients, with special emphasis on food fiber and components possessing antioxidizing properties, as well as the biological verification of their functioning in in vitro tests,
- the impact of hydrodynamic/culinary processing on the chemical composition of food. 

Teaching activities:

Due to executing the teaching process at the Faculty of Food Technology she was the students' internship supervisor, and in the years 2010-2012 cared for the Food Technologists Science Club. She has prepared many new class programs for students of the Food and Human Nutrition Technology course. Furthermore, she has developed the study plans and programs for the Food Quality and Safety, and Dietetics courses. She was the promoter of 27 master's theses, 20 engineering papers, and also reviewed 35 master's and 26 engineering papers. She received an individual award granted by the Rector of the University of Agriculture in Kraków for outstanding academic merit (2001), and two team awards (2004 and 2006). In 2012 she has received His Magnificence Rector's award for outstanding academic merit, and in 2013 for outstanding achievements in terms of organization. Whereas, for her merits concerning the Polish food economy and the SIT NOT SPOŻ Association she has received a diploma granted by the Stowarzyszenie Naukowo-Techniczne Inżynierów i Techników Przemysłu Spożywczego (Warsaw, 2006). She possesses the brown cross for many years of service. 

She is a member of renowned Scientific Associations: Food Technologists, Polish Federation of Engineering Associations, Stowarzyszenie Inżynierów i Techników Przemysłu Spożywczego, Polskie Towarzystwo Nauk Żywieniowych, The Committee on Food and Nutrition Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences.


Prof. zw. dr hab.
Władysław Kędzior

Cracow University of Economics

Faculty of Commodity Science

Department of Food Commodity Science

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A specialist in the field of food quality, especially foods of animal origin, and in terms of the methodology of researching and assessing foods. He focuses his scientific interests also on researching consumer preferences in terms of food products and consumer quality criteria. 

He has graduated from the commodity science course at the Faculty of Economics Turnover at the Kraków University of Economics. He has started his academic-teaching work in 1975 at the Faculty of Food Commodity Science (current Department of Food Commodity Science) of the Kraków University of Economics. In 1983 he has achieved the title of a doctor of commodity sciences at the Institute of Commodity Science, Kraków University of Economics, and in 1995 the title of doktor habilitowany in economics concerning commodity science at the Faculty of Commodity Science, Poznań University of Economics and Business. In 2006 he has received the title of professor of economics. He focuses his scientific and teaching activity on food commodity science. It includes primarily: factors forming the composition and properties of food products, the methodology of researching and evaluating food, as well as consumer preferences concerning food products (consumer quality criteria). He is the author and coauthor of many scientific publications and teaching materials. At the Kraków University of Economics he has served the role of deputy dean (2002-2008) and dean of the Faculty of Commodity Science (2008-2012), was and still is a member of KUE's collective body. He currently works as a profesor zwyczajny at KUE (since 2008), is the head of the Department of Food Commodity Science (since 2012), and head of doctoral studies at the Faculty of Commodity Science. He participates in the works of Komisja Nauk Towaroznawczych PAN Poznań department, Polskie Towarzystwo Towaroznawcze (he was the head of the Komisja ds. Rzeczoznawstwa and president of the Main Board), and the Międzynarodowe Towarzystwo Towaroznawstwa i Technologii - Internationale Gesellschaft für Warenwissenschaften und Technologie (IGWT), where he served the role of vice president.


Prof. zw. dr hab.
Krzysztof Krygier

Warsaw University of Life Sciences

Faculty of Food Sciences

Department of Food Technology

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An expert on food and nutrition, specialist in terms of the technology of fats, as well as food additives and foods for particular purposes, including functional foods. An author of more than 300 articles. The coauthor of a number of textbooks and coursebooks, for example "Safety in AgriFood Chain”. 

A member of many global scientific organizations, including for example: European Federation for the Science and Technology of Lipids (representative of Poland and Member of the Board); European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology (Member of the Program Committee and Reviewers Committee); International Society for Fat Research (representative of Poland and a member of the Board of Directors); European Functional Food Network (representative of Poland); American Oil Chemists’ Society. He has represented Poland during many scientific congresses of an international character, such as for example Global and European Lipid Congresses (for example Sydney and Kuala Lumpur), Global Rapeseed Congresses (for example Canberra), World Congress of Nutrition (Bangkok), Asian Fat Congress (New Delhi). 

In Poland, apart from his university activity, he is engaged in carrying out workshops, lectures, and trainings concerning fat related issues. He has executed them for the Main Sanitary Inspectorate, Office for Competition and Consumer Protection, Polish Federation of Food Producers, and the Polish Association of Oil Manufacturers. He is also a member of the Diet, Physical Activity, and Health Board by the Minister of Health (and the head of the Working Committee for Education), Scientific Council of the Polish Federation of Food Producers, the Technological Committee for granting the Q quality sign at the Polish Center for Research and Certification, and an honorary member of the Polish Association of Oil Manufacturers. He was the Vice President of the Section of Technology and Chemistry of Fats at the Polish Association of Food Technologists. He is a member of editing committees for such magazines as: "Przemysł Spożywczy", "Żywność. Nauka. Technologia. Jakość”.


Prof. zw. dr hab.
Stanisław Ignatowicz

Warsaw University of Life Sciences

Faculty of Food Horticulture, Biotechnology, and Landscape Architecture

Department of Applied Entomology

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A leading Polish entomologist and a world renowned specialist. He is the author of more than 350 books and scientific publications. He regularly carries out trainings and workshops for entrepreneurs from the food industry. He focuses his scientific interests around pests, their functioning, and efficient methods of fighting them. An unquestionable expert in the field of disinsecting national heritage assets. 

A graduate of the Faculty of Biology and Earth Sciences at the N. Copernicus University in Toruń, where in 1972 he has achieved the title of a master of biology. Since October 1st 1972 up to July 15th 1974 he has worked as an academic assistant at the NCU Department of Vertebrate Zoology, and then the Department of Applied Entomology at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences where he works up to this day as a profesor zwyczajny. 

In 1997 he has achieved the title of a doctor of agricultural sciences, and the title of doktor habilitowany in 1986. In 1996 the President of Poland has granted him the title of a professor of horticulture sciences. 

Between 1977 and 1978 he executed an academic internship in the USA, during which he dealt with fungi causing insect diseases. In the years 1982 and 1983 he has worked at the University of Amsterdam where he researched issues concerning the diapause of the spider mite. 

Prof. Dr. hab. Stanisław Ignatowicz is a specialist in terms of biology, the methods and harmfulness of fighting agricultural, horticultural, and warehouse pests, as well as those of a sanitary significance. He deals with assessing the species of pests which are mites, insects, mollusks, mammals, and birds. He knows the principles of HACCP, requirements of the IFS/BRC, AIB systems, and integrated pest management (IPM). He advises in cases of protecting food industry facilities against pests. Assesses the efficiency of biocidal products (insecticides, rodenticides). Conducts trainings in terms of disinfection, disinsection, and deratization. Organizes meetings and scientific conferences. 

He is the author of many publications included in national and foreign magazines, which can be found on his website.



Bio

A food and nutrition specialist. She focuses her academic interests on nutritional education, health-promoting foods, bioactive ingredients, the nutritional value of food, food pollution, and nutri-pharmaceuticals. Her scientific works include more than 160 positions, with 69 original works, 4 review articles, 2 popular-science papers, 1 co-authored chapter in a textbook, but also 2 original chapters and 1 co-authored in a course-book, as well as 21 science communicates published in reviewed magazines, and many communicates published as conference materials. 

She has graduated from her Master's studies in 1997 achieving the title of M.Sc. Eng. in food and nutrition technology (University of Agriculture, Faculty of Food Technology). In 2001 the Board of the Faculty of Food Technology at the University of Agriculture has granted her with the title of a doctor of agricultural sciences in terms of food and nutrition technology. The board of her mother Faculty has granted her the title of doktor habilitowany in terms of food and nutrition technology in 2011. 

She began her professional work at the University in 1997, in the Faculty of Food Technology. During her 2012-2016 term, she has served the role of Deputy Dean of Studies and Students at the Faculty of Food Technology in Kraków. In 2016 the Board of the Faculty of Food Technology has chosen her for the position of Faculty Dean (2016-2020). 

Academic activity:

The main fields of her academic interests and conducted research concern issues related with:
- assessing eating habits and the nutritional condition of various social groups, as well as the level of knowledge concerning healthy eating and risk factors for the occurrence of non-contagious metabolic diseases,
- chemical food pollution, with special emphasis on nitrates (III) and nitrates (V), as well as heavy metals,
- manufacturing functional foods,
- the occurrence and characteristics of bioactive food ingredients, with special emphasis on food fiber and components possessing antioxidizing properties, as well as the biological verification of their functioning in in vitro tests,
- the impact of hydrodynamic/culinary processing on the chemical composition of food. 

Teaching activities:

Due to executing the teaching process at the Faculty of Food Technology she was the students' internship supervisor, and in the years 2010-2012 cared for the Food Technologists Science Club. She has prepared many new class programs for students of the Food and Human Nutrition Technology course. Furthermore, she has developed the study plans and programs for the Food Quality and Safety, and Dietetics courses. She was the promoter of 27 master's theses, 20 engineering papers, and also reviewed 35 master's and 26 engineering papers. She received an individual award granted by the Rector of the University of Agriculture in Kraków for outstanding academic merit (2001), and two team awards (2004 and 2006). In 2012 she has received His Magnificence Rector's award for outstanding academic merit, and in 2013 for outstanding achievements in terms of organization. Whereas, for her merits concerning the Polish food economy and the SIT NOT SPOŻ Association she has received a diploma granted by the Stowarzyszenie Naukowo-Techniczne Inżynierów i Techników Przemysłu Spożywczego (Warsaw, 2006). She possesses the brown cross for many years of service. 

She is a member of renowned Scientific Associations: Food Technologists, Polish Federation of Engineering Associations, Stowarzyszenie Inżynierów i Techników Przemysłu Spożywczego, Polskie Towarzystwo Nauk Żywieniowych, The Committee on Food and Nutrition Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences.


Bio

A specialist in the field of food quality, especially foods of animal origin, and in terms of the methodology of researching and assessing foods. He focuses his scientific interests also on researching consumer preferences in terms of food products and consumer quality criteria. 

He has graduated from the commodity science course at the Faculty of Economics Turnover at the Kraków University of Economics. He has started his academic-teaching work in 1975 at the Faculty of Food Commodity Science (current Department of Food Commodity Science) of the Kraków University of Economics. In 1983 he has achieved the title of a doctor of commodity sciences at the Institute of Commodity Science, Kraków University of Economics, and in 1995 the title of doktor habilitowany in economics concerning commodity science at the Faculty of Commodity Science, Poznań University of Economics and Business. In 2006 he has received the title of professor of economics. He focuses his scientific and teaching activity on food commodity science. It includes primarily: factors forming the composition and properties of food products, the methodology of researching and evaluating food, as well as consumer preferences concerning food products (consumer quality criteria). He is the author and coauthor of many scientific publications and teaching materials. At the Kraków University of Economics he has served the role of deputy dean (2002-2008) and dean of the Faculty of Commodity Science (2008-2012), was and still is a member of KUE's collective body. He currently works as a profesor zwyczajny at KUE (since 2008), is the head of the Department of Food Commodity Science (since 2012), and head of doctoral studies at the Faculty of Commodity Science. He participates in the works of Komisja Nauk Towaroznawczych PAN Poznań department, Polskie Towarzystwo Towaroznawcze (he was the head of the Komisja ds. Rzeczoznawstwa and president of the Main Board), and the Międzynarodowe Towarzystwo Towaroznawstwa i Technologii - Internationale Gesellschaft für Warenwissenschaften und Technologie (IGWT), where he served the role of vice president.


Bio

An expert on food and nutrition, specialist in terms of the technology of fats, as well as food additives and foods for particular purposes, including functional foods. An author of more than 300 articles. The coauthor of a number of textbooks and coursebooks, for example "Safety in AgriFood Chain”. 

A member of many global scientific organizations, including for example: European Federation for the Science and Technology of Lipids (representative of Poland and Member of the Board); European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology (Member of the Program Committee and Reviewers Committee); International Society for Fat Research (representative of Poland and a member of the Board of Directors); European Functional Food Network (representative of Poland); American Oil Chemists’ Society. He has represented Poland during many scientific congresses of an international character, such as for example Global and European Lipid Congresses (for example Sydney and Kuala Lumpur), Global Rapeseed Congresses (for example Canberra), World Congress of Nutrition (Bangkok), Asian Fat Congress (New Delhi). 

In Poland, apart from his university activity, he is engaged in carrying out workshops, lectures, and trainings concerning fat related issues. He has executed them for the Main Sanitary Inspectorate, Office for Competition and Consumer Protection, Polish Federation of Food Producers, and the Polish Association of Oil Manufacturers. He is also a member of the Diet, Physical Activity, and Health Board by the Minister of Health (and the head of the Working Committee for Education), Scientific Council of the Polish Federation of Food Producers, the Technological Committee for granting the Q quality sign at the Polish Center for Research and Certification, and an honorary member of the Polish Association of Oil Manufacturers. He was the Vice President of the Section of Technology and Chemistry of Fats at the Polish Association of Food Technologists. He is a member of editing committees for such magazines as: "Przemysł Spożywczy", "Żywność. Nauka. Technologia. Jakość”.


Bio

A leading Polish entomologist and a world renowned specialist. He is the author of more than 350 books and scientific publications. He regularly carries out trainings and workshops for entrepreneurs from the food industry. He focuses his scientific interests around pests, their functioning, and efficient methods of fighting them. An unquestionable expert in the field of disinsecting national heritage assets. 

A graduate of the Faculty of Biology and Earth Sciences at the N. Copernicus University in Toruń, where in 1972 he has achieved the title of a master of biology. Since October 1st 1972 up to July 15th 1974 he has worked as an academic assistant at the NCU Department of Vertebrate Zoology, and then the Department of Applied Entomology at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences where he works up to this day as a profesor zwyczajny. 

In 1997 he has achieved the title of a doctor of agricultural sciences, and the title of doktor habilitowany in 1986. In 1996 the President of Poland has granted him the title of a professor of horticulture sciences. 

Between 1977 and 1978 he executed an academic internship in the USA, during which he dealt with fungi causing insect diseases. In the years 1982 and 1983 he has worked at the University of Amsterdam where he researched issues concerning the diapause of the spider mite. 

Prof. Dr. hab. Stanisław Ignatowicz is a specialist in terms of biology, the methods and harmfulness of fighting agricultural, horticultural, and warehouse pests, as well as those of a sanitary significance. He deals with assessing the species of pests which are mites, insects, mollusks, mammals, and birds. He knows the principles of HACCP, requirements of the IFS/BRC, AIB systems, and integrated pest management (IPM). He advises in cases of protecting food industry facilities against pests. Assesses the efficiency of biocidal products (insecticides, rodenticides). Conducts trainings in terms of disinfection, disinsection, and deratization. Organizes meetings and scientific conferences. 

He is the author of many publications included in national and foreign magazines, which can be found on his website.