Nat’l Trading House promotes Áldomás brand in Moscow

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The Hungarian National Trading House (MNKH), established by the government to make inroads into new markets, showcased its Áldomás line of premium food products at a dinner in Moscow yesterday, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.

Some 250 potential partners for the brand attended the dinner, said MNKH CEO Zsanett Oláh. Áldomás items on the menu did not fall under Russia’s embargo on farm products from Europe, she added. MNKH has already hosted similar dinners in Washington and Tokyo.

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