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Retail sales in Germany jumped in May

Retail sales in Germany grew much more than expected in May. The German federal statistical office, Destatis, reported that retail sales in Germany increased by 13.9 percent in real terms...

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About body and soul

Every person with a healthy mind wants to stay healthy physically too. The health trend is slowly but steadily changing the world of mass products too. According to a recent...

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Global food commodity prices rebound in June

In June, global food commodity prices rose for the first time since the beginning of the year driven by a rebound in vegetable oils, sugar and dairy quotations. However, in...

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Magazine: Joining forces to save enterprises

László Krisán, CEO of KAVOSZ Zrt. talked to our magazine about the situation and perspectives of Hungarian enterprises at the time of the coronavirus pandemic. How did the different types...

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DS Smith Annual Profit Bolstered By E-Commerce Despite COVID Hit

Packaging firm DS Smith has reported a 5% rise in annual profit, bolstered by growing demand from e-commerce and consumer goods customers, but the company said it was too early...

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Child Labour On Ivory Coast Cocoa Farms Rises During Pandemic, Study Finds

Child labour has increased in top grower Ivory Coast’s cocoa sector during its coronavirus lockdown, according to a report released by an industry-backed foundation. The percentage of children engaged in labour between...

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Carrefour Brasil Introduces Private Label Beer

Carrefour Brasil has launched a private label beer range in partnership with local brewers Way Beer and Startup Brewing. The Nauta brand offers 11 SKUs, of which six are available...

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Magazine: Free from everything…too!

According to Katalin Rosta, dairy business manager of Nestlé Hungária Kft., free-from products have a growing share in the breakfast product and hot drink categories. Flóra Hesz, junior shopper marketing...

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Seventy percent of Internet users shop online

Even before the pandemic, Hungarians used the Internet regularly to manage their various affairs; online shopping and related activities are the most common, with seven out of ten netizens already...

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Beekeeping Association is expected to have the worst acacia honey harvest in the last fifty years

The worst acacia honey harvest in the last fifty years is expected this year – Bross Péter, president of the National Hungarian Beekeeping Association told M1 news channel. He added...

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