As part of the rural development programme of the European Union, Szegedi Paprika ZRt. applied to the EMVA (European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development Program – EAFRD) fund and received a grant of HUF 60,782,500 to fund the purchase of machinery.
Adoption is a worldwide form of supporting zoo animals and is also a long tradition in Szeged. By offering a certain amount of money, the adopting parents undertake to support the keeping of an animal for one year and, as a result, become their official foster parents for this period.
Acting through the ”Vércsepp a Vérellátásért” (A Drop of Blood for Blood Transfusion) Foundation, we supported the National Blood Transfusion Service in 2011.
„We had to meet!”. Are you, dear Reader, familiar with this not too old chart-topping song? For us in Szeged these three words mean something special: Hungarians who arrived from the East and paprika that set off from overseas to dominate the world dated for the first time in the middle of Europe and became permanent partners many centuries ago.Read more
1 kg (2 lb) green peppers, 500 g (1 lb) tomatoes; 2 small onions, 200 g (1/2 lb) spicy sausage, I50 g (6 oz) smoked bacon, 3 tsp noble sweet paprika, 2 eggsTeljes recept