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Hungarian companies show at Grüne Woche

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Hungarian companies are showing marcipan desserts, spices, game meats and mangalitsa pork among other products at a 300 sqm stand at this year's Internationale Grüne Woche farm and food fair in Berlin, Hungarian news agency MTI reported today.

State tourism agency Agrarmarketing Centrum Directorate organized the stand. The fair opened yesterday and will be available to visit until January 25. It is expected to attract 400,000 visitors, of which approximately one-quarter are farm and food industry professionals.

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