The couple Kiss from Jászszentlászló has been engaged in livestock breeding for more than twenty years, but Gáborné Gyöngyi Kiss only started milk processing after losing her full-time job. She shaped the knowledge and recipes from books herself in practice, experimented, listened to customer feedback, and thus developed his own recipe.
The Nagy and Sons Vineyards in Móricgát-Jászszentlászló grow grapes as a family farm and make high-quality wine from them. In addition to traditional Hungarian winemaking, the oldest winemaking process in the world is used uniquely in Hungary.
BARBARIE KACSA Ltd was established as a family business in 2009. At that time, we already had 20 years of experience as primary producers in the field of duck and goose breeding and fattening. This expertise encouraged us to embark on the path of development, and in 2011 we built our own poultry slaughterhouse (HU1045EK).!
The Váradi Cellar has been engaged in viticulture and winemaking for several generations. Their goal is to preserve traditions and combine modern technology, which is produced with the most modern background technology when making traditional wines and varieties.
The Dósai Cellar, a family business, was established in 1995 entirely on its own, with its own work and on the basis of family traditions. The activity was founded in the family by Mihály Dósay, then Imre’s father, Imre Dósai.
They have been beekeeping on their farm for 9 years, currently with 70 bee colonies. Our bees collect high-quality acacia and silk grass honey here, and our specialty is hawthorn honey, which has received the Kiskunság National Park product trademark.
I started beekeeping with my father 6 years ago. We thought a lot about whether we should start this, since no one in the family had dealt with bees before. Fortunately, we have a family friend who, to this day, helps us in everything if we encounter any difficulties. We started with 3 families 6 years ago, and now we have 70 beefamilies.
Róbert Móczár’s company was founded in 2001. At first, he dealt with the retail and wholesale trade of meat products. Over the years, the company reached its current state through continuous development. He first introduced mobile sales in the surrounding settlements, which he later extended to several settlements in Bács-Kiskun county.
Their pasta factory was founded in 1994 as a family business in Kiskunmajsa. Their customers quickly gave a positive feedback on the homemade pasta they made. Their product list has gradually expanded over the years, and they currently offer nearly 30 different kinds of pasta to their customers.
Pál Horváth has been beekeeping for almost three decades, and now travels the forests and fields with 100-150 hives and a honey house on wheels. He learned from his teacher that if bees are fed sugar with honey, they will be much healthier. To this day, he keeps his bees in this spirit.
Our family already has a three-generation tradition of fruit growing and processing. The love of cherries was passed on from father to son, as was the science of making brandy. We mainly grow the local landscape variety, the Feketici cherry, which does not require pesticide treatment.
Miklós Lódi’s winery has been waiting for its visitors for 20 years with a wide selection of wines and brandies. Gáspár Lódi’s family farm offers not only an insight into the operation of the farm, but also offers long-lasting meat, vegetable and fruit products.
Our family moved to Bácsfeketehegy in 1785 and founded their vineyards. Grapes and wine have been a defining element of the family ever since. We currently have 1 hectare of grapes cultivated exclusively by our family.
We started keeping Hungarian native animals in 2015. On our farm, you can see filter cattle, water buffalo, wild donkey, nonius horse and mangalica pig. Our winter program is the traditional Kun pig slaughter, where our guests can try the preparation of traditional dishes!