I just read that Pick will ship their "téli szalámi" to the USA again. The depreciation of the forint has made it worth upgrading their processing so that they can export salami to the USA.
I don't think this salami will be Mangalitsa salami!
It will just be their normal stuff - which is still outstanding. There are standards for salami in Hungary. They get the feed and age at slaughter correct, which gives them a quality advantage.
The first Mangalitsa product I ate, that got me interested enough to go to Austria and import Mangalitsa breeding stock to the USA, was Pick's Mangalitsas salami.
Pick's quality on their Mangalitsa products has been spotty. I've had some that was great and some that wasn't. Overall, it would probably be good for American Mangalitsa producers if they were importing Mangalitsa salami, because Americans would be talking about Mangalitsa more than they are now.