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Mustafa Altuğ Atalay: Nearly 1 million tonnes of fish were obtained last year

Mustafa Altuğ Atalay, General Director of Fisheries and Aquaculture of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, stated that a record was broken last year in fish farming and fishing products and said, “Nearly 1 million tonnes of fish were obtained last year.” Mustafa Altuğ Atalay TÜRKİYE HOSTED THE FISHERIES SCIENCE …

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Şahin Çakan: We have fish, but no record!

Press release… Fishermen demand “insurance incentive”… Şahin Çakan, Member of the Board of Directors of Izmir Chamber of Commerce (İZTO), stated that they have conveyed their request to Minister Işıkhan and they believe that the request will be met favourably. Şahin Çakan Izmir Chamber of Commerce took action for nearly …

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Mehmet Ali Işık: Dried fruit exports from the Aegean Region exceed 1 billion dollars

Press release… Aegean Dried Fruits and Products Exporters’ Association, which carries out 60 percent of Türkiye’s dried fruit exports alone, ramped up its exports by 17 percent in the last 1-year period from 857 million dollars to 1 billion 4 million dollars and was proud to exceed 1 billion dollars …

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Kazım Gürel: We continue to introduce Turkish cuisine to the world thanks to the Turkish Tastes Project

Press release… Kazım Gürel, Turkish Tastes Ambassador Kazım Gürel, Board Member of Aegean Furniture, Paper and Forestry Products Exporters’ Association, said that since 2019, they have set out with a long-term vision that contributes to all the stakeholders within the scope of their project. “We have created a great community …

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“We aim to make Turkish food products more preferred in the USA”

Press release… Türkiye, the world’s food warehouse, strengthens in the US market with Turkish Tastes… The second edition of the “Turkish Tastes-TURQUALITY Project” book, supported by the Ministry of Trade with the participation of 6 food exporters’ associations under the roof of the Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EIB), aiming to make …

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Mehmet Harmancı: As the Turkish Municipality of Nicosia, we are ready to support our citrus producers

Nicosia Turkish Municipality (LTB) Mayor Mehmet Harmancı announced that they will support citrus producers with temporary purchases until the export process is paved. Mehmet Harmancı Making a statement on his social media account, LTB Mayor Mehmet Harmancı said, “The fact that a test that can be accepted by the world …

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Agricultural evolution: Harnessing technology for sustainable future

As agricultural inputs rise, farmers find themselves compelled to invest in regular and sustainable technology to enhance productivity, irrigation and pest control. Moreover, the path to consumers accessing healthy and sustainable food also hinges on technology… In the ever-evolving landscape of agriculture, the use of technology, including artificial intelligence, the …

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Davut Er: Türkiye is the world’s largest producer of table olives

Press release… Türkiye is the world’s largest producer of table olives and the 2nd largest producer of olive oil… Davut Er: Türkiye is the world’s largest producer of table olives and the second largest producer of olive oil and has a rich tradition in this field Davut Er, Chairperson of …

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ŞMS Kopuz Food becomes the partner of global industry giant Bunge in Türkiye…

Bunge, the world’s leading oil and food ingredients manufacturer, has signed a partnership agreement with ŞMS Kopuz Food (Gıda) in the field of industrial food solutions in Türkiye. Paul Ayton ŞMS Kopuz Gıda, one of the leading companies in the field of food ingredients in Türkiye, has signed a partnership …

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Tractor protests threaten EU’s green farming policies!

It was the puddles of green sludge left by the tires of massive tractors in western Belgium’s industrial farmlands that drew the attention of biological engineer Ineke Maes. The slime was destructive algae, the result of the excess of chemicals used by farmers to boost their crops, but at a high cost to …

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