L y utenitsa (a vegetable relish or chutney) based on an original Bulgarian recipe, but Made in Japan has made its way onto the market in the Land of the Rising Sun , and its producer, Makiko Miura , is already making plans to expand..
Autumn is usually the best season for canning vegetables. In Bulgaria they are abundant at this time and their prices are relatively affordable. The tradition of storing fruits and vegetables for the winter is especially relevant now, when uncertainty..
Twice as many tomatoes and cabbage have been planted in Bulgaria this year compared to 2021 , show data of the latest analysis of the Ministry of Agriculture. The areas with melons and strawberries are also increasing. According to preliminary..
The struggle for the border is a struggle for statehood, Bulgaria's Prime Minister Kiril Petkov told Deputy Agriculture Minister Ivan Hristanov . The two discussed the security of the border with the Republic of Turkey when importing agricultural..
There is agreement within the ruling coalition on reducing VAT on the prices of bread, fruit and vegetables, Minister of Economy Korneliya Ninova said, adding that a zero VAT rate is even being debated. The Bulgarian Socialist Party is..
“ We Continue the Change is proposing a reduction of VAT on home-produced bread, fruit and vegetables,” Venko Sabrutev, deputy chair of the parliamentary budget and finance committee said for the BNR. A reduction of VAT on electricity is also being..
Financial support for countering the effects of the pandemic in the agriculture sector has increased from 36.2m euros to nearly 56m euros , Deputy Agriculture Minister Ivan Hristanov said in Veliko Tarnovo. He clarified that a fair and transparent..
Customers prefer to buy Bulgarian vegetables, because of their high quality and good taste. Next winter, however, Bulgarians may have to buy only imported tomatoes and cucumbers. Producers of greenhouse vegetables warn that it will be very..
In the first quarter of this year alone, Bulgaria imported 88,000 tonnes of fresh vegetables and nearly 95,000 tonnes of fresh fruits, according to data from the National Statistical Institute. On the other hand, the areas planted with fruits..
Only 26% of the apples and 36% of the tomatoes on the Bulgarian market are produced in this country. 64% were imported from Turkey, Greece and North Macedonia. 55% of the cucumbers sold on the Bulgarian market are produced in this country and 45%..