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Nébih: swine fever infection in dead feral pigs in Pest county

African swine fever (ASF) virus has been detected in five wild boars, found in the fenced-off hunting area of the Budakeszi Forestry – the National Food Chain Safety Authority (Nebih)...

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The economic sentiment in the euro area and in the EU deteriorated in September

More than expected, the economic sentiment in the euro area deteriorated to near its five-year low in September, according to the survey of the European commission. The Economic Sentiment Indicator...

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Consumer spendings in the United States rose slightly in August

US consumers have made more savings and have just increased their spending in August, but rising incomes suggest that the tightness may not last long. The Washington Department of Commerce...

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FAO: Why we need bees for a nutritious future

Disappearing pollinators can mean losing some of the nutritious food we need for a healthy diet It’s early May in one of Spain’s most prolific honey-producing region, and Julio Solana...

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McDonalds Store: Fast food giant reveals results of 10-day plastic-free trial

In a bid to test new packaging solutions and recycling initiatives, McDonald’s opened the “Better McDonald’s Store” in the Mall of Berlin in the German capital from June 17-26, replacing...

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Global food retailers join coalition to slash rate of food waste

This week, some of the world’s biggest food retailers announced their participation in 10x20x30, a global effort to halve food loss and waste by 2030. Under the initiative, founding partners...

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Illycaffe seeks U.S. retail partner to expand its coffee cafe network

Premium coffee maker Illycaffe is ready to sell a stake in the Italian company to a strategic partner to help it boost its retail network, the family-owned group said on...

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Magazine: Generation Y is coming – and they want everything at once

As the purchasing power of Generation Y – consumers born between 1980 and 1995 – is growing, various aspects of sustainability are becoming more and more important. So that FMCG companies...

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Kaufland To Introduce Aluminium Lids In ‘K-To Go’ Milkshakes

German retailer Kaufland has announced plans to replace plastic lids from all ‘K-to go’ milkshakes with aluminium lids, beginning from October this year. In March 2019, the retailer replaced plastic...

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Rewe To Offer ‘Respeggt’ Free-Range Eggs In 1,350 Stores

Germany’s Rewe Group has announced that it is to expand its ‘respeggt’-certified free-range eggs offering to 1,350 Rewe and Penny stores in Germany, starting today (23 September). Every year, around...

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