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For its spring edition, the magazine of managers and operators of hospitality and food service businesses in Romania will highlight the most important topics of the moment. World-wide suppliers of cooling equipment, ice-cream machines and…
After a record breaking 7% economic growth in 2017, the Eastern-European country with 20 million consumers and over 14,000 active companies in the baking and food-service industry, became an attraction for world-wide suppliers. They will…
The 10th edition of GastroPan exhibition will take place in Targu Mures, Romania, April 19-22 2018, and will reunite the most important suppliers of solutions and technologies for the bakery, confectionery, hospitality and food service…
Romania is second in Europe, after Turkey, on both the growth and growth potential in the Food & Beverage (F&B) sector consumption, according to a study by Cushman & Wakefield, according to www.romania-insider.com This includes…
The FAO Food Price Index averaged 175.2 points in June 2017, up 2.5 points (1.4 percent) from May and 11 points (7 percent) above its level a year earlier. June marked the second successive month…
From menus and culinary trends to technology, here are 10 smart ideas to help your bar or restaurant stay competitive and profitable, writes restaurantnews.com. 1) Reinvent your restaurant 2) Stay hungry and don’t rest on…
  Vitafoods Europe is the global nutraceutical event featuring exhibitors from all over the world across four key market areas: ingredients & raw materials; branded finished products; contract manufacturing & private label; and services &…
At the end of 2016, there were 10.6 million internet users in Romania between the age of 16 and 74 - according to the data of the Romanian National Institute of Statistics. Moreover, 71.3% of…
  The FAO Food Price Index (FFPI) averaged 172.6 points in May 2017, up 3.7 points (2.2 percent) from April and nearly 16 points (10 percent) higher than its May 2016 level.  The rebound in…
Drinking up to five cups of coffee per day can cut the risk of developing the most common form of liver cancer in half, writes dailycoffeenews.com. The research was published in BMJ open.
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