There is a purgatory between the food heaven and hell

Slovakia has only two options for the next decade – either it will collapse into the hell of food addiction, or it will go through purgatory and buy food self-sufficiency through honest business.

gastro, juška, food

With this bon mot, he responded to the country’s current ability to feed own food Marián Šolty, the second man of Slovakia Chamber of Agriculture and Food. He spoke them at the Danubius exhibition Gastro, where the food hope light flashed.

The food report this week was the information that Slovakia he has to import 700 lorries of food from abroad every day to feed their population. From that information rises a cold sweat on his forehead. The Bratislava exhibition immediately showed that we still remember: we have here are companies with thoughtful people who know how to seize the natural potential that other countries may envy us.

Video: Not only for gourmets, but at DANUBIUS GASTRO 2020 there was something see and taste.

Let’s start from the east of Slovakia with the company Horti, which is ten kilometers long from Prešov she built a cabbage fermenter. She presented herself at Danubias Gastro not only sachets of cabbage, but also an elixir of health, “fermented” cabbage water, ie a beverage which is formed as a by-product of fermentation cabbage.

Our ancestors knew long ago that this fermented living water has beneficial health effects. Doctors later found that she was great at fighting with cancer cells. The owner of one of the retail chains suggested cabbage to try to sell juska in addition to sauerkraut – fermented cabbage water. When it prevailed in one of the largest business networks, others jumped on it. In Horta, they have their minds, they enriched the product with ginger juice, in the flu season it really is effective drug.

At Horti, it is also worth noting that you get the cabbage yourself dorába. Horti founder Štefan Imrich found fertile cabbages in Oborín in the district of Trebišov, companies supply another cabbage vegetable growers from Nižná Mysla. The company now employs in the cultivation and vegetable processing 90 people. It is an example of initiative business in vegetable growing.

How to wake up from immobility

The days when there were mainly pharmacies and jams from Slovaks on the shelves of shops canneries are a thing of the past. The cannery almost fell apart, the counter Czech or Polish products reign, often made of Slovak forest fruits. However, one of the old RISO brands seems to bother everyone circumstances survived.

It is really the last Mohican reminiscent of the past glory of Rimavská Saturdays, once a famous food town from the south of Slovakia. Little here sugar factory and brewery, bakery, tobacco factory, soda factory. Already I rivet.

RISO was also once a large cannery, also processing vegetables from the south Central Slovakia. After all transformation pathways, during whose vegetable growing in cooperatives fell apart, to the Demeter family managed to save the production of jams and jam. At an exhibition in the capital offered jams, which should be a natural Slovak offer: raspberry, strawberry, apricot, currant, blueberry, cherry, and also classic in the form of plum jam.

Today, it is the only producer in Slovakia with such a wide original assortment. And, as the head and heart of the company Nadežda Demeterová says, is turn. The dwindling raw material background of the once fertile fruit region robbed by shoppers from neighboring countries. That’s why the match is sharpened o Blueberries and cranberries going to Poland or Austria.

Once during Masaryk’s first republic, Slovakia was spoken of as about the agrarian pendant of the historical Czech lands. And what is Slovakia today? The country needs enterprising people who can make the best fruits process yourself. The Rimavskosobot family business is starting to prosper, in some retail chains it is already 20 percent, in others 50 percent representation. It will be stronger if its fruit-growing background is strengthened – preservers lack strawberries, apricots, white and red currants. Agriculture and food can give the region a development impetus, which is today known to its consistently high than its products unemployment.

Even plebeians know how to do business

To the third example of western Slovakia from the village of Dolná Krupá, how to makes ordinary beekeeping a top gastronomic business. Once Lower Countess Mária Henrieta Choteková, today Peter, made Krupa famous by a rosary Kudláč, who built one of the most prosperous Slovaks here beekeeping, mead farms and revived through recently open Medoland and the former rosary.

Kudláč is an entrepreneur with a view. This originally a mechanical engineer he fell in love with the bees, but he did not just stay with honey, but began produce mead. The ancient Slavs liked to drink it. Kudláč learned masterfully make this natural fermented drink from honey and water. When Slovakia started to occupy international beekeeping competitions, he won for him in Dublin with mead the first gold medal. Dovedna has them from world 70.

Kudláč’s Medolandia is a company of the future, a demonstration of how to renew historical heritage. It is in the stables of Countess Maria Henrietta today restaurant, next to it a wine shop, in the basement barrique and archival a cellar and as a bonus for lovers of beautiful roses is part of the complex restored rosary. After an entertaining noblewoman, he appeared in Dolná Krupa No less endowed with entrepreneurial talent, the plebeian Peter Kudláč. His company grows, its own honey production is no longer enough, it processes honey from 200 Slovak beekeepers.

It seems that we can avert our fall into the hell of slave food dependence on more active countries. We have to take our destiny into own hands.

Slovakia has only two options for the next decade – either it will collapse into the hell of food addiction, or it will go through purgatory and buy food self-sufficiency through honest business.

gastro, juška, food

With this bon mot, he responded to the country’s current ability to feed own food Marián Šolty, the second man of Slovakia Chamber of Agriculture and Food. He spoke them at the Danubius exhibition Gastro, where the food hope light flashed.

The food report this week was the information that Slovakia he has to import 700 lorries of food from abroad every day to feed their population. From that information rises a cold sweat on his forehead. The Bratislava exhibition immediately showed that we still remember: we have here are companies with thoughtful people who know how to seize the natural potential that other countries may envy us.

Video: Not only for gourmets, but at DANUBIUS GASTRO 2020 there was something see and taste.

Let’s start from the east of Slovakia with the company Horti, which is ten kilometers long from Prešov she built a cabbage fermenter. She presented herself at Danubias Gastro not only sachets of cabbage, but also an elixir of health, “fermented” cabbage water, ie a beverage which is formed as a by-product of fermentation cabbage.

Our ancestors knew long ago that this fermented living water has beneficial health effects. Doctors later found that she was great at fighting with cancer cells. The owner of one of the retail chains suggested cabbage to try to sell juska in addition to sauerkraut – fermented cabbage water. When it prevailed in one of the largest business networks, others jumped on it. In Horta, they have their minds, they enriched the product with ginger juice, in the flu season it really is effective drug.

At Horti, it is also worth noting that you get the cabbage yourself dorába. Horti founder Štefan Imrich found fertile cabbages in Oborín in the district of Trebišov, companies supply another cabbage vegetable growers from Nižná Mysla. The company now employs in the cultivation and vegetable processing 90 people. It is an example of initiative business in vegetable growing.

How to wake up from immobility

The days when there were mainly pharmacies and jams from Slovaks on the shelves of shops canneries are a thing of the past. The cannery almost fell apart, the counter Czech or Polish products reign, often made of Slovak forest fruits. However, one of the old RISO brands seems to bother everyone circumstances survived.

It is really the last Mohican reminiscent of the past glory of Rimavská Saturdays, once a famous food town from the south of Slovakia. Little here sugar factory and brewery, bakery, tobacco factory, soda factory. Already I rivet.

RISO was also once a large cannery, also processing vegetables from the south Central Slovakia. After all transformation pathways, during whose vegetable growing in cooperatives fell apart, to the Demeter family managed to save the production of jams and jam. At an exhibition in the capital offered jams, which should be a natural Slovak offer: raspberry, strawberry, apricot, currant, blueberry, cherry, and also classic in the form of plum jam.

Today, it is the only producer in Slovakia with such a wide original assortment. And, as the head and heart of the company Nadežda Demeterová says, is turn. The dwindling raw material background of the once fertile fruit region robbed by shoppers from neighboring countries. That’s why the match is sharpened o Blueberries and cranberries going to Poland or Austria.

Once during Masaryk’s first republic, Slovakia was spoken of as about the agrarian pendant of the historical Czech lands. And what is Slovakia today? The country needs enterprising people who can make the best fruits process yourself. The Rimavskosobot family business is starting to prosper, in some retail chains it is already 20 percent, in others 50 percent representation. It will be stronger if its fruit-growing background is strengthened – preservers lack strawberries, apricots, white and red currants. Agriculture and food can give the region a development impetus, which is today known to its consistently high than its products unemployment.

Even plebeians know how to do business

To the third example of western Slovakia from the village of Dolná Krupá, how to makes ordinary beekeeping a top gastronomic business. Once Lower Countess Mária Henrieta Choteková, today Peter, made Krupa famous by a rosary Kudláč, who built one of the most prosperous Slovaks here beekeeping, mead farms and revived through recently open Medoland and the former rosary.

Kudláč is an entrepreneur with a view. This originally a mechanical engineer he fell in love with the bees, but he did not just stay with honey, but began produce mead. The ancient Slavs liked to drink it. Kudláč learned masterfully make this natural fermented drink from honey and water. When Slovakia started to occupy international beekeeping competitions, he won for him in Dublin with mead the first gold medal. Dovedna has them from world 70.

Kudláč’s Medolandia is a company of the future, a demonstration of how to renew historical heritage. It is in the stables of Countess Maria Henrietta today restaurant, next to it a wine shop, in the basement barrique and archival a cellar and as a bonus for lovers of beautiful roses is part of the complex restored rosary. After an entertaining noblewoman, he appeared in Dolná Krupa No less endowed with entrepreneurial talent, the plebeian Peter Kudláč. His company grows, its own honey production is no longer enough, it processes honey from 200 Slovak beekeepers.

It seems that we can avert our fall into the hell of slave food dependence on more active countries. We have to take our destiny into own hands.