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Artificial intelligence and digitalisation to improve productivity, food safety and exports in Turkish agriculture and prevent food losses…

Press release…

Turkish farmers have been producing in Anatolian lands for thousands of years and Turkish exporters deliver the flavours of Anatolia to all corners of the world.

Dairy products

Türkiye will improve its productivity with the opportunities offered by artificial intelligence and digitalisation, and will maintain its position as the world’s food warehouse.

While the world population is growing rapidly, agricultural land is constantly decreasing. In order to get rid of this dilemma, it has become imperative to implement artificial intelligence and digitalisation in the agricultural sector very quickly in order to increase productivity, to combat diseases and pests more effectively and to use agricultural resources more sustainably.

Türkiye, which exported 26.5 billion dollars of agricultural products in the 100th anniversary of the Republic, aims to export 50 billion dollars of agricultural products in the five-year term.

Cereals and pulses

The Aegean Region, which is the leader in the production and export of agricultural products in the country, wants to maintain this position in the second century of the Republic.

The Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EIB), which have implemented dozens of sustainability and marketing-oriented projects to ramp up the 22 percent share of Türkiye’s agricultural exports to 30 percent, continue an intensive marketing activity with TURQUALITY, Development of International Competitiveness Projects, Fairs, Sectoral Trade Delegations and Buyer Delegations.

Seven of the 12 exporter associations within the Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EIB) are working to boost the exports of agricultural products. The messages of the presidents of 7 agricultural exporters‘ associations within EB on 14 May World Farmers’ Day were based on artificial intelligence and digitalisation, sustainability-based projects, bringing young people into agriculture and focusing on TURQUALITY, Development of International Competitiveness Projects and Fairs supported by the Ministry of Trade…

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