Restaurants in Budapest will be allowed to open indoor areas from Friday after they were forced to close them due to the novel coronavirus epidemic.
A group of British doctors has backed a call for the end of factory farming to prevent future pandemics like COVID-19.
“Győr-Moson-Sopron megyei Csemege sajt”, a traditional, full-fat, salted, porous cheese made from cow’s milk in an area in the west of Hungary, has been registered with a Protected Geographical Indication, the Ministry of Agriculture said.
V. SÖRÖM – International Beer Festival is organized in Szeged between the 12th and 14th of July.
EFSA, the EU Member States and the European Commission are jointly launching a campaign called #EUandMyFood. Our aim is to remind EU citizens how we all benefit from the European food safety system that was created in 2002 under the General Food Law.
EFSA is seeking feedback from stakeholders and other interested parties on its scientific opinion on the appropriate age for introduction of complementary feeding of infants.
EFSA is publicly consulting on draft dietary reference values (DRVs) for sodium and chloride, the final two nutrients in its review of scientific advice on nutrient intakes for the EU population.
Date: 11 April at 18.00-21.00
A newly-released wine from 2008 values approximately $40,000 (34,000 euros) which makes it the world’s most expensive one. This wine is from Europe’s oldest and most magnificent wine-region: Tokaj, Hungary.
Winner of this year’s Bocuse d’Or Chef Championship was announced yesterday in Lyon, France.