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FOOD-HUNGARY/PAPRIKA
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September 26, 2013
Paprika maker Peter Szabo pours a sack of dried peppers into a custom-made grinder in Batya, 140km south...
BATYA, Hungary
Paprika maker Peter Szabo pours a sack of dried peppers into a custom-made grinder in Batya
Paprika maker Peter Szabo pours a sack of dried peppers into a custom-made grinder in Batya, 140km south of Budapest September 21, 2013. Szabo, 41, left a lucrative telecommunications job in Britain, sold his property and returned to Batya, a riverside village in the Hungarian flatlands south of Budapest, to grow red peppers. Like a handful of others in the area, he is hoping to put Hungary's once booming paprika business, a powdered spice that has long been a staple in Hungarian cooking, back on the map after decades of neglect and despite fierce competition from countries including Brazil, Serbia and China. Picture taken September 21, 2013. To match story FOOD-HUNGARY/PAPRIKA REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
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