Nestlé Hungária Easter-chocolate exports benefit from Easter

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Nestlé Hungária, the Hungarian unit of Swiss food giant Nestlé, produced 1,320 tons of Easter chocolate for export, up 26.9% yr/yr, Nestlé Hungária told MTI on Thursday. Nestlé Hungaria said that the company had also produced more than 180 tons of Easter chocolate for Hungary's domestic market. The company exports Easter chocolate to 21 countries, including France, Canada, Chile and Australia. Nestlé Hungária employs 600 people at its plant in Miskolc (NE Hungary) during the company's high production season.

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