UPITN 4 12 78 SZEGED PAPRIKA PROCESSING PLANT

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08.13.2020



(4 Dec 1978) The output of the paprika processing plant in Szeged has currently reached its peak level. The paprika ripened late this year, yet the transport vehicles arrive one after the other to ship the product. despite the poor paprika year. The processing plant in Szeged has made contracts with more than 200 farms producing paprika to ensure that it is supplied. The paprika is first cut into slices and then loses its humidity in drying machines where it is processed for three hours. The milled paprika of Szeged is a product in great demand in Hungary, and abroad. Fifty per cent of the plant’s output is annually exported. During its peak season the plant ships daily 60,000 1/4kg bags a day for its domestic market alone.

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