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Magazine: Farm to Fork: The promise of healthier food

The European Parliament (EP) welcomed the Farm to Fork strategy and stressed the importance of producing sustainable and healthy food, so that the Green Deal objectives in the fields of...

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Results are needed – already by yesterday if possible!

Krisztina Vatai, services management director of GS1 Magyarország told our magazine that the COVID-19 pandemic pushed consumers towards online shopping in FMCG buying too, therefore it is now more important...

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Nébih certification

Hospitality units that also offer mass catering services must have the Quality-driven Public Sector Catering Programme’s certificate for the latter – informed Dávid Tóth, head of the hospitality and mass...

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Counting tanks and moon dust tiramisu

Foreign policy expert Botond Feledy was the guest of Chain Bridge Club and gave an online presentation. First he talked about the social context and the general loss of trust...

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Coming, not coming

We can’t be sure at all about what is waiting for us in September. Just like it was the case with the first eight months, we can’t tell in advance...

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Public Sector Catering Manual II.

Last March the first volume of the Public Sector Catering Manual came out, and this October the second volume was published. It contains special recipes for cooking for people suffering...

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University of Debrecen to become a food safety competence centre

The University of Debrecen and the representatives of Hungarian enterprises have signed a scientific and business cooperation agreement in the domain of food safety and tracking. TE-FOOD is the world’s...

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The Nébih found everything OK when checking the garlic

The National Food Chain Safety Office (Nébih) found no irregularities when examining garlic products – the Nébih told MTI on Thursday. During the test pesticide residues, heavy metals and mycotoxins...

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Grüne Woche, Berlin, 16-25 January 2015

This year the special guest was Latvia at the Grüne Woche trade show, where 1,658 exhibitors from nearly 70 countries presented their products and services. In his opening speech Germany’s...

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