The European Commission announced on Thursday that Poland will get €76.9 million from a €500-million food-aid tranche for 2013, Gazeta Wyborcza reported.
The money will come from the EU's Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) funds and will provide free food for the country's most deprived citizens.
Poland is the third-biggest of the EU's food-aid beneficiaries behind Italy, which will receive over €98 million and Spain (€85.6 million).
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