The global snack and confectionery giant is expanding its Harmony Programme in Hungary – aiming for a higher local wheat content for its biscuits produced at its Győr biscuit factory in Székesfehérvár in central Hungary.
Italian-owned pork and poultry meat processor Kometa 99 ZRt. has completed an investment estimated to be worth some 700m Hungarian Forint (HUF) (€2.3m) at its facility in Kaposvár, in Hungary’s south-western part.
After gaining novel foods approval in the EU, baobab is tipped to become a billion dollar industry. Stephen Daniells speaks to William Smith from Afriplex to find out what foods baobab fruit pulp is turning up in, and whether supply can match the demand.
The Hungarian government is confident it will be allowed to retain
a ban on a genetically modified maize crop approved for feed use in
the European Union, when the issue - which could have signifcant
affects for the wider food industry...
EU Advocate General Francis Jacobs has said that the ban on the use
of the name 'Tocai' for Italian wine should be upheld. The
announcement reignites arguments surrounding Geographical
Indications (GIs) and the right to...
Despite reporting that a vintage harvest is in store for the
Hungarian wine industry, a leading industry expert claims that
progress is being hampered by poor marketing, which is impacting
marketability outside of Hungary.
Hungarian canned and frozen food manufacturer Globus says it is
planning on developing its sales growth by focusing on its
distribution channels for medium sized retailers in both the
Austrian and German markets, writes Simon Pitman...
Parmalat Hungary has reported that its production is now starting
to increase, a sign that it is over the worst, perhaps. News that
the group has secured a $128 million US loan might also give the
division further backing.
EU agriculture commissioner Franz Fischler has confirmed Hungary's
Operational Programme for Agriculture and Rural Development.
Approved upon accession, the programme is part of a €422.8 million
investment which aims to make...
Kraft Foods has said that it will close down its only production
facility in Hungary and move production elsewhere. The company has
hinted that production of confectionery and coffee could shift to
Slovakia and Austria.
While many of the central and eastern European countries due to
join the EU in May have already begun raising concerns about the
likely effect of opening up their borders to companies in the rest
of the bloc, food producers in Hungary,...
Following a year of investments in its production facility, leading
Hungarian pasta producer Soos Tesztagyarto, based in Vecses, near
Budapest, has said that it is now gearing up to increase its yearly
production to meet demand from...