PAPRIKAMOLNÁR: PAPRIKA MILL and MUSEUM
PaprikaMolnár produces premium quality paprika powder and features a museum that celebrates 200 years of paprika history.
We produce and sell Szegedi PDO and Hungarian paprika sweet and hot, paprika flakes, paprika oil cold-pressed from the seeds of the paprika fruit, salty and no-salty seasoning mixes with and without paprika. We’ve been creating various paprika-related products with young local designers: a Paprika Mill fun process chart, which you can immediately download below after subscribing to our weekly Paprika Blog, and a series of postcard designs to recreate paprika Town in Szeged before the war is coming along soon.
The Paprika Mill is located in the heart of the traditional paprika growing area of Szeged in the south of Hungary. The raw material for the paprika powder comes from local farms: we process the fresh fruit into ground powder, flakes and seedoil. We mill to order to ensure as fresh milling as possible.
We mill and pack our products into a variety of bags, preprinted or plain, hand-made textile bags, and boxes with nostalgia and vintage design to fulfil various needs. Our customers are households, restaurants, retail and wholesale companies and the meat industry. Special labelling and packaging may be requested. See OUR PRODUCTS here to get an idea. For delivery abroad get into touch with us.
For inquiries and offers, please write to us HERE or write directly to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you.
PAPRIKA MUSEUM and PAPRIKA & CHILI BLOG
We are passionate collectors of all things related to paprika and chili. In our Paprika Museum visitors will learn about the origin, uses, science, technology used in traditional and modern paprika growing and processing. The Museum also offers possibility to see the Mill and taste the special paprika spices.
Our Paprika & Chili Blog covers a wide range of subjects related to paprika and peppers from varieties, recipes and local lore to cultivation practices, embroidery motifs and paprika stories from the past and we are happy to share this with our readers in a weekly newsletter. The letters we send out on Wednesdays and most posts are translated into English. Are you interested?