Organic food in hungarian canteens?
Organic food is being provided in public catering more and more often. And it is not in vain because we know that the most vulnerable people among us, our growing children, the ill, and the elderly are in the greatest need of a residue free diets to maintain their health or help them get healthy again.Details
An organic apple a day keeps our gut flora okay
Not that many people know that besides being an excellent source of fibre and vitamins, apples also contain lots of beneficial microorganisms, mostly bacteria. Bacteria that we ingest when we eat raw foods can stay in our bodies for a certain amount of time, and the microbial composition of apples has a direct effect on us via our gut flora.Details
ÖMKi: Our food supply can be made more sustainable by developing local supply chains and reducing waste
October 16 is World Food Day and World Bread Day In preparation for World Food Day, which is celebrated together with World Bread Day on 16 October, the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (ÖMKi) is promoting the consumption of healthy foods, the preservation of our food security, and the production of high-quality, local organic foods. The latest results of ÖMKi’s nationwide, small-plot winter wheat variety tests have recently been published and have the potential to further increase the proportion of wheat grown under organic cultivation on Hungary’s arable land, as well as the range of products made from organic wheat flour in domestic bakeries and on consumers' tables.Details