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Beyond Meat Launches Plant-Based Minced Pork In China

Beyond Meat Inc has launched plant-based minced pork in China, as the faux meat maker seeks to tap into the growing demand for its products in the lucrative Asian market. The company said its...

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Continente To Eliminate Microplastics From Own-Brand Cosmetics By Year End

Portuguese retailer Continente has pledged to eliminate microplastics from private label hygiene and beauty products by the end of this year. The decision includes Continente’s MyLabel brand, which offers a...

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M&S Food To Launch Innovation Hub In January 2021

M&S Food plans to launch an innovation hub in January 2021 to focus on disruptive innovation and create industry-leading products, the retailer has said. The initiative is in line with...

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Magazine: New methods of payment: All the proof of the pudding is in the eating

Payment by card or mobile phone are received positively everywhere, András Bakonyi, commercial director of Ingenico Hungary reckons. For a retailer, it is the easiest if it provides a POS-terminal...

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Unilever declares war on food waste and unhealthy food

Unilever has announced the launch of a large-scale program to help consumers eat healthier and reduce the environmental impact of food production. As part of this, the company undertakes to...

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AM: The Parliament accepted the bill on family farms

Favorable tax conditions, decreasing administrative burdens and an operating environment in line with 21st century expectations are provided for primary producers by the law on family farms adopted by the...

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Non-Traditional Advent Calendars

The market for advent calendars continues to evolve as consumers search for unique ways to indulge before the holidays. It’s also an opportunity for retailers to allow their shoppers to...

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MNB: 3.5 percent increase in households’ monetary assets

Households’ net financial savings increased by 432 billion HUF, or 3.5 percent of GDP, in the third quarter. Financial assets increased by 719 billion HUF and liabilities by 287 billion...

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Fewer people buy counterfeit products, according to a study

Only 11 percent of the population has bought counterfeit products in the past year, but fewer and fewer Hungarians are recognizing their harmful effects on – the National Anti-Counterfeiting Board...

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The rules for teleworking have become more flexible

According to a government decree published in the Hungarian Gazette, the new rules for teleworking announced for the duration of the emergency will apply from Thursday. The decree regulates three...

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