Hungary’s largest dairy company, Sole-Mizo, has undertaken developments at three of its facilities, investing 5 billion forints (EUR 13.9m), Finance Minister Mihály Varga said on Friday.
Hungary’s embassy in Tel Aviv organised a conference on the production and market opportunities of kosher-certified food. At the event, Hungarian, American and Israeli experts and businesspeople discussed the rules of kosher food production and the conditions for selling kosher food on the Israeli, European and American markets.
Dutch-owned FrieslandCampina Hungária will invest 5.1 billion forints (EUR 14.2m) at its dairy plant in Mátészalka, in north-eastern Hungary, Péter Szijjártó, the minister of foreign affairs and trade, announced.
Bars and restaurants could again start serving customers outdoors when the number of Hungarians inoculated against Covid-19 reaches 3.5 million, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Facebook.
A little soda bread history Irish baking over the centuries has been affected by two main factors. The first is our climate. The influence of the Gulf Stream prevents either great heat in the summer or cold in the winter. As a result, hard wheats, which need such heat and cold, don’t prosper. Those wheats make flour […]
Japan has agreed to allow imports of Hungarian pork from areas of the country that have not been affected by African swine fever (ASF), the Agriculture Ministry said.
It’s that time of year again and no Christmas tree is complete without szaloncukor, a traditional Hungarian Christmas candy.
The Holiday Season just isn’t the same without the smells and tastes we’ve come to love, especially when it comes to Christmas.
Auchan Magyarország Kft. blocked and recalled their 500-gram large-grain oat flakes from customers because the product was contaminated with foreign plant material, presumably with jimson-weed, the National Food Chain Safety Office (Nébih) reported on its website on Thursday (10th December).
The government will continue to cover half of wage costs and waive payroll taxes at companies in the hard-hit tourism and catering sectors until the end of January, Finance Minister Mihály Varga said on Facebook.