- 11 Jun 2019 10:40 AM
There are a staggering number of kebab shops in Budapest. Staggering being the operative word because, for many of us, a kebab is simply something we aim at our faces after a long, mostly liquid night out.
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said that last year Hungary exported 18,900 tonnes of sausages to 45 different countries, making the country the 12th largest exporter of sausages, agricultural news site agroinform.hu reported.
While Budapest’s heart can undoubtedly be found in the VII district – known for the ruin bars, trendy eateries and overall energetic atmosphere – those seeking Budapest’s soul need to travel out a little and escape the cloud of gentrification present in the centre of the city.
Hungary’s food safety authority Nébih has prepared guidelines for the food industry, catering, and civil organisations aimed at preventing or reducing the production of food waste.