11,500 Tonnes of Horseradish Harvested in Hungary Last Year

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Around 11,500 tonnes of horseradish was harvested in Hungary last year, the biggest producer of the condiment in the European Union, the National Agriculture Chamber and growers association FruitVeB said last week, according to agroinform.hu.

Hungary exports about 80%-90% of its horseradish crop, mostly in unprocessed form to markets in Germany, Poland, the UK, and the Czech Republic, NAK and FruitVeB said ahead of the Easter holiday.

Horseradish is an especially popular condiment for Easter dishes in Hungary.

Horseradish from Hajdúság, a region in the northeast of Hungary that produces nearly all of the country's crop of the root, has had protected designation of origin status since 2008.

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