The Chamber of Agriculture considers a 95 percemt share of domestic pork to be desirable in retail

By: Trademagazin editor Date: 2021. 09. 07. 11:35
The National Chamber of Agriculture (NAK) would consider it an example to follow and it would be beneficial for both the actors of the food chain and consumers to sell only Hungarian-produced fresh pork in Hungary, the organization indicated in its statement on Tuesday.

NAK stands besides Hungarian pork

NAK considers exemplary the announcement by the REWE Group, the second largest German food retail chain, including Penny Market to increase the proportion of all German fresh pork in its stores to 95 percent by summer 2022 and to raise the guaranteed minimum purchase price for livestock farmers. (MTI)

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