A noodle, potato soup or a polenta pudding could be among the dishes the housewives may put on the Lent days' table. If we add here a cake with nuts, the menu would be complete, healthy and tasty.
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Sister Lucia of Timisoara unveils the secrets of tailoring these less sophisticated, yet delicious meals.
New regulations decreasing the amount of salt in tomato paste and edible olives and forbidding the addition of extra sugar to fruit juices have entered into force with the start of the new year.
The Food, Agriculture and Livestock Ministry said in a statement that efforts to protect the health of the consumers continued non-stop and that the new regulation was part of these efforts.
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Bulgaria to export over 2 million tonnes of wheat in 2014, despite the lower yields compared to 2013, according to Ignat Angelov, Chair of the Union of Agricultural Cooperatives "Danube 2000."
In a Sunday interview for Radio Focus - Veliko Tarnovo, Angelov argued that the decrease by 10-15% in the yield in the 2013-2014 agricultural year would not have a negative impact on exports.
"No reason for price hikes in fall"
BELGRADE -- Rasim Ljajić has said that he does not expect price hikes starting in the fall despite the damage the severe floods caused to the field of agriculture.
“We will have wheat and corn enough for exports, and good sunflower and fruit yields,” the minister of trade said in an interview to Tanjug.
BELGRADE - Serbian Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic has said that he does not expect price hikes as of this autumn despite the damage that the recent severe floods caused to the field of agriculture.