A knock-on effect on European consumers of the crisis unfolding in Ukraine is the now short supply of products such as flour and sunflower oil on German supermarket shelves. While energy has become noticeably more expensive and reached previously unimaginable heights, another key consequence of the Russian invasion of Ukraine has been seen on the […]
Hungary’s agriculture minister claimed consumers should ultimately have the freedom to choose how they wish to live their lives and “shape their own dietary habits without artificial methods invented by bureaucrats in Brussels”
The economic war between Russia and the United States triggered by the unilateral annexation of the Crimean Peninsula has had a serious impact on Central Europe, news and opinion portal Mandiner writes
Hungary has so far managed to keep the African swine fever away from its pig farms but the risk posed by the disease runs into billions of euros, Agriculture Minister István Nagy told Magyar Idők in an interview.
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