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AGROEXPO HOSTS POULTRY INDUSTRY…

Press release…

Orion Fairs Inc. hosted the representatives of the poultry industry and exchanged ideas within the scope of the preparations for the 19th AGROEXPO to be held between January 30 – February 03, 2024.

The leading companies of the sector came together at Ramada Hotel in İzmir’s Kemalpaşa district at the ‘Poultry Industry Meeting’ organized by the Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EIB) and Orion Fairs Inc.

At the meeting where the latest situation of the poultry sector and the contribution of the fair to the sector were discussed, ideas were exchanged about the innovations and preparations to be made at the 19th AGROEXPO. Aegean Fisheries and Animal Products Exporters’ Association Chairman of the Board of Directors Bedri Girit and EIB State Aid Branch Manager Ayşe Bakkurt gave information to the companies about sectoral government supports.

Bedri Girit stated that in 2022, Türkiye’s exports in the aquaculture and animal products sectors reached 4 billion 66 million dollars and that they provided 1 billion 95 million dollars from poultry meat exports and 397 million dollars from egg exports.

Underlining that there are strong players in the poultry and egg sectors in Türkiye that produce at world standards, Girit said, “We produce to meet the world’s three-meal protein needs. Fairs such as AGROEXPO offer great advantages in clearing the way for the sector in the marketing of the products we produce.”

“There is a huge potential in the industry. As the poultry industry, we are among the top 10 across the world in production. Due to the global bird flu epidemic, supply-demand imbalance occurred in eggs. An advantage has emerged in countries with high demand such as Japan, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore and the USA. We should not miss this opportunity and make good use of it,” he added…

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