At the Bocuse d’Or European championships held in Tallinn, Estonia, Hungary’s team of chefs led by István Veres qualified in ninth place for the finals to be held in Lyon in June 2021, the head of the Hungarian Bocuse d’Or Academy, Zoltán Hamvas, has said. Hungary has competed successfully against “gastronomical superpowers” such as Italy […]
Nestle Hungaria laid the cornerstone of a 50 billion forint (EUR 139.6m) expansion at its pet food plant in Buk, northwest Hungary, on Friday. Péter Szijjártó, Hungary’s minister of foreign affairs and trade, said at the event that the investment, the company’s biggest ever in Hungary, would raise the plant’s capacity by 30% and create […]
Hungarian winemakers will produce 2.2m-2.5m hectolitres of wine from this year’s grape crop, the chairman of winegrowers association HNT told MTI.
Auchan Magyarország Kft. has recalled its 100 gram ENSA raisin product due to mycotoxin contamination, the National Food Chain Safety Office (Nébih) announced on its website on Tuesday.
Hungary’s finance ministry is reviewing the possibility of introducing a tax exemption on palinka, the national eau de vie, as early as 2021, a year before a recently issued European Union directive allows the preference, state secretary Andras Tállai told MTI.
The timing of EFSA’s assessment of the safety of dietary sugars has been revised due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the review of the exceptionally high volume of scientific information being considered.
The Commission adopted today an additional package of exceptional measures to support the wine sector, following the coronavirus crisis and its consequences on the sector.
In an operation in Hungary, Austria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Serbia, coordinated by Eurojust and supported by Europol, Hungarian authorities have arrested two leaders of an organised crime group responsible for massive VAT fraud with the sale of sugar and cooking oil imported from EU member states.
The opposition LMP has called on the government to focus its farming policies on healthy, chemical-free food production.
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