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Pick Szeged Starts Construction of Salami Plant

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Hungarian meat company Pick Szeged has started construction of a new salami plant in Szeged (163 km southeast of Budapest), CEO István Takács said on Friday, unveiling a plaque honoring the business's founder, Márk Pick, according to a report by news agency MTI.

Demand for Pick Szeged's products made the investment necessary, Takács said.

Pick Szeged, a member of agribusiness Bonafarm, produces 10,000 tonnes of salami and 30,000 tonnes of meat products a year, generating revenue of over HUF 70 billion.

Pick Szeged products are exported to 35 countries.

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