Domestic sales volume of Hungary’s biggest brewers fell by 4% to 1.7 million hectolitres in January-April from the same period a year earlier, Sándor Kántor, the head of the Hungarian Brewers Association.
Nébih recalled various chocolates, sweets, cakes, wafers, chewing gums, puffed rice products of Elite brand due to suspicion of salmonella contamination.
Due to the possible presence of foreign material, certain production batches of Nagyi Titka wheat flour are being withdrawn from the market, Nébih said on April 9th.
Salmonella cases have been reported in several EU Member States and have been shown to be linked to various Kinder chocolate products made at the Arlon plant in Belgium.
Hungary is hosting a forum for central European tourism professionals, a gastro festival in cooperation with Michelin, and the European finals of the Bocuse d’Or competition early next year, the head of the Hungarian Tourism Agency said on Friday.
Pistachio Fruit (Frutta di Pistacchio), a creation by Budapest’s Ádám Fazekas, has fetched gold for best ice cream in the world at an international competition held in Bologna, the organisers said on Friday.
Customers will be refunded the price of the product at any store in the chain.
Hungarian craft brewers want to increase their market share to 10% from 2% in the coming years with the support of recent changes to legislation, Zsolt Gyenge, the head of the Craft Brewers Association (KSE), said at the National Agriculture and Food Exhibition and Fair (OMEK) in Budapest.
Two restaurants in Budapest have been newly awarded one Michelin star according to the Michelin Guide Budapest 2021, and six new restaurants have been added to this year’s recommended venues, Michelin Hungaria said.
This year, the cake named Napraforgó (Sunflower) became the cake of Hungary, while the winner of the sugar-free cake competition was the cake called Beszterce rózsája (the Rose of Bistrița) – it was announced in Budapest on Tuesday.