Tag "egészségtrendek"

(HU) Rettegett súlyfelesleg

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(HU) 200 új termékkel bővült a Tesco tudatos táplálkozást támogató termékválasztéka

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Chapters from the big book of drinks

Innovation work is necessary in the alcoholic drink category too, as the consumers of the 21st century demand changes and brave ideas. Innovating often means that the alcohol-free versions of...

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Zero-carb beer and other marvels

Anheuser-Busch has brewed the first zero-carb beer in the world. Bud Light Next is marketed from 2022 and the beer contains no carbohydrate, has 4 percent abv alcohol and its...

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Magazine: Carry on, food industry!

During a pandemic health becomes more important to people than anything else. There is so much talk in the media about the importance of having a strong immune system that...

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Magazine: Drink trends in 2021

In 2021 the consumption of healthy, wellness and functional drinks is growing. Low-alcohol and alcohol-free drinks now carve out a bigger slice of the cake. Even Guinness came out with...

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Magazine: No matter when you rise, you will find gold!

A nationwide survey by Kellogg’s on the breakfast eating habits of Hungarian families – conducted this spring – has found that the majority of Hungarians say: they skip a healthy...

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The great fermented pickle revelation

Katherine Cohen, the owner of Elsie’s sandwich bar sells sandwiches made from fermented cucumbers instead of bread. What is more, sushi-like rolls made with fermented pickles are also available. //...

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Apenta Vitamaxx Zero

Exciting new flavours from Hungary’s market leader flavoured mineral water brand. Apenta Vitamixx contains added vitamins, and in line with the current health trends the 2 variants are sugar-free. ZERO...

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Magazine: Modern cuisine, innovation, health trends: SIAL did it again

SIAL Paris took place between 21 and 25 October 2018 and about 150,000 people came to see what 7,200 exhibitors from 109 countries had to offer. The trade fair covered...

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