Tag "Magyar Édességgyártók Szövetsége"

Magazine: Block chocolate is one of the lockdown’s winners

According to Sándor Sánta, president of the Association of Hungarian Confectionery Manufacturers, Hungary is the land of milk chocolate but in line with the global trend, the dark chocolate segment...

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Sweets Innovation Award for Rimóczi-Art

Rimóczi-Art Kft. in Lajosmizse won the Sweets Innovation Award of the Association of Hungarian Sweets Manufacturers with its innovation of “Santa in Mask”. The Association has established the award to...

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Confectionery manufacturers may see a decline in Christmas candy sales this year

The turnover of confectionery related to the Christmas season may decrease by ten percent to 9-9.5 billion HUF this year, and the domestic confectionery market is expected to decline by...

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Santa Claus will be more successful than the bunny, the candy makers hope

Although they expect a drop in sales, domestic confectioners are confident that the turnover of seasonal sweets, chocolate figures and Christmas candy linked to Santa Claus and Christmas can approach...

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Pandemic-proof muesli

In mid-October the experts of the Association of Hungarian Confectionery Manufacturers (MÉSZ) discussed at a trade event how the muesli category continues to perform very well. President Sándor Sánta spoke...

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Muesli is immune to the economic effects of a coronavirus pandemic

Although the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic has led to declining sales in several confectionery product categories, muesli, which has consistently shown the fastest growth with biscuits in the...

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Will Santa’s bag be full of good things?

At the end of 2019 shoppers spent more money on more seasonal sweets than in the same period of 2018. We learned from Kitti Végh, Nestlé Hungária’s brand manager that...

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The Hungarian chewing gum is fifty years old

Archaeological finds prove that humanity has been chewing for at least five thousand years. The oldest monument to date, a piece of tar made from birch bark and containing traces...

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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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