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Throw your hemp into the slaughterhouse in Vilgo

Created by János Gulyás és Társa Kft. , the slaughterhouse operator in Felgyő, a family of pork products of high biological value, containing hemp seed protein and hemp seed oil, supported by the European Union – read in the company announcement. The research and development project, which lasted for more than two years, cost HUF 526.8 million, of which HUF 289.74 million was covered by a non-refundable grant from the European Union and EUR 184.38 million by a soft loan.

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The evolution affected all categories of meat products, from red goods through pork and liver to dry goods, creating new high-quality biological value and functional food products.

A common feature of these is that they use hemp seed preparations that have a beneficial effect on health.

Consumption of hemp seed protein, edestin and hemp seed oil, based on the parameters of their content, has a beneficial effect on the maintenance and maintenance of human health.

Edestin is a complete protein that contains all the essential amino acids necessary for the human body.

Hemp seed oil contains high levels and appropriate proportions of unsaturated fatty acids.

Specialists in the production of prototypes have developed a technology that significantly increases the amount of useful nutrients in processed meat that are so important for food.

The new processes make it possible to exclude from the production process plant components, such as soy and canola, which may contain plant components or hormones less beneficial to the human body.

Family János és Társa Kft. , family owned János és Társa Kft. According to publicly available company data, the company with 44 employees is one of the largest employers in the micro-area. Last year, the company increased its net sales to HUF 1.798 billion from HUF 1.407 billion in 2019. The company generated an after-tax profit of HUF 105 million in 2019 and HUF 106 million last year.

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