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.
Spar chainstore withdraws three ice creams from the market due to ethylene oxide contamination, the company said on its website. Bounty, Twix and Snickers ice creams have been recalled.
Hungary will host the European final of the Bocuse d’Or in March 2022, government spokeswoman Alexandra Szentkirályi announced. In Budapest, jury members will decide who among chefs and their teams from 20 countries will participate in the 2023 Lyon World Final.
Coca-Cola is testing its new recyclable paper bottle packaging in Hungary for two weeks, Péter Kerekes, the country manager for Hungary for Coca-Cola said on Tuesday.
Due to the presence of Listeria monocytogenes, Aldi Hungary Food Bt. immediately recalls the product “Good Choice, Wrap Asian Sweet Chili, 190 g” from all Aldi stores in the country, the National Food Chain Safety Authority (Nébih) said on Saturday.
Péter Szijjártó, the minister of foreign affairs and trade, inaugurated food company Kométa’s by-product processing plant in Kaposvár, southern Hungary.
Hungary’s largest dairy company, Sole-Mizo, has undertaken developments at three of its facilities, investing 5 billion forints (EUR 13.9m), Finance Minister Mihály Varga said on Friday.
Hungary’s embassy in Tel Aviv organised a conference on the production and market opportunities of kosher-certified food. At the event, Hungarian, American and Israeli experts and businesspeople discussed the rules of kosher food production and the conditions for selling kosher food on the Israeli, European and American markets.
Dutch-owned FrieslandCampina Hungária will invest 5.1 billion forints (EUR 14.2m) at its dairy plant in Mátészalka, in north-eastern Hungary, Péter Szijjártó, the minister of foreign affairs and trade, announced.