Hungarian products reach 80% market share
The sales of Hungarian products at local grocery stores have reached 80%, up from 2010’s 75%, chiefly do to campaigns that raised the profile and quality of locally-produced goods, Hungary’s farming minister Sándor Fazekas said today on public television.
The minister noted that food sector profits are on the rise, and the number of people working in farming and the food industry is growing continuously.
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