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From 15 July, the place of origin of poultrymeat, sheepmeat and goatmeat in shops must be indicated

From Wednesday, in the case of poultry, sheep and goat meat offered from the counter, the country of origin must also be indicated, and in the case of vegetables and...

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As more go hungry and malnutrition persists, achieving Zero Hunger by 2030 in doubt, UN report warns

More people are going hungry, an annual study by the United Nations has found. Tens of millions have joined the ranks of the chronically undernourished over the past five years,...

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This is how most Hungarian companies survived the emergency period: they need to be developed!

In a crisis introduced due to a coronavirus, 45 percent of companies have introduced some kind of innovation to support and facilitate internal communication, a recent survey found. And research...

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Asda partners with Uber Eats to launch 30-minute grocery delivery

Asda has become the first UK supermarket to strike a deal with Uber Eats, offering grocery delivery in as little as 30 minutes. The trial, which launches this week from...

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Exports Of Recyclables From EU To China Drops Sharply

Exports of recyclable plastic and paper to China from the EU has dropped sharply, according to the latest data from Eurostat. In 2019, the exports of plastic waste to China...

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Coop Sweden Tests AR Game For Better Shopping Experience

Coop Sweden has announced that it is conducting a pilot test of an augmented reality (AR) game that aims to make shopping playful and exciting for families. The app has...

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Gen Z aims high

Gen Z wants brands to be ‘fun,’ ‘authentic’ and ‘good,’ latest global study says. Gen Zers are a huge, diverse generation and the fastest growing group of employees, customers, and...

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GKI continued to grow in July after rising in May-June

The value of the GKI consumer confidence index rose by 11.3 points in May due to the slow decay of the coronavirus and the easing of strong uncertainty in April,...

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Lidl arrives at the Hungarian watermelon

From Saturday, Lidl Hungary will receive seeded watermelons from exclusively Hungarian suppliers in its warehouses, with which the real melon season will start in stores. By giving preference to domestic...

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A fundamental change is coming at the checkout of most Hungarian stores

From January – with some exceptions – merchants are obliged to enable so-called electronic payments, the change may also be effective against the black economy – Magyar Nemzet quotes, Gion...

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