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These sweets have been the favorites of generations

Dunakavics, Franciadrazsé, Macskanyelv, Melba kocka and Pilóta keksz – especially the older generations remember these retro Hungarian sweets, as they lived their heyday in the sixties, seventies, eighties – origo...

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Muesli, biscuits and snacks could be your Easter favorite this year

On the Hungarian market, 800 tons of Easter sweets are consumed annually, worth about 5 billion HUF, mainly chocolate rabbits and chocolate eggs. The Easter confectionery market has always grown...

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Magazine: ‘Superfoods’ are becoming more popular among confectionery products too

Sándor Sánta, president of the Association of Hungarian Confectionery Manufacturers informed that there are approximately 250 confectionery product manufacturers in Hungary, and these employ about 5,000 people. The combined sales...

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Valentine’s Day – sweetly sugar free

We don’t have to give up on sweet taste and sugar on a romantic Valentine’s Day date – but moderation is very important. Fruits and sweeteners can be of great...

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Christmas Fondant with Erős Pista is available again

Christmas Fondant with Erős Pista is available again from Friday, It has become the hit product of the Christmas season and ran out ouf stock previously. The unique confectionery, which...

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More than 10,000 children receive a candy package on children’s day

The last Sunday of May is a children’s day, and the Hungarian Food Bank Association is preparing a special competition for this event. Not all children are fortunate enough to...

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The Hungarian candy consumers are increasingly demanding

Over the past year, the value of sold seasonal sweets increased by 10 percent, compared to growth expectations of 2-3 percent. This year, confectioners expect a further increase in the...

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The chain of stores expect strong Easter traffic

The supermarket chains expect to see even stronger Easter traffic than last year; Customers continue to buy much more than average from hams, eggs, cakes and sweets, but demand is...

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The mystery of choosing sweets

Confectioneries is one of the most impulsive FMCG categories. This means that there is a strong competition between sweets manufacturers. It is very important for brands how they position themselves,...

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Piros Mogyorós is available again

In 2014, Mondelez Hungária stopped production of the legendary Hungarian chocolate brand Piros Mogyorós (Red Hazelnut). A Hungarian firm with a strong confectionery and trade experience is now re-establishing its...

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