PRICE OF TURKISH COFFEE RISES TO 140 LIRA!

The price of coffee, which is indispensable for deep conversations, has increased sharply. Turkish coffee, whose kilogram was 30 TL at the beginning of the year, rose to 90 TL in August. A kilo of Turkish coffee is being sold for 140 liras these days. Despite the rise in prices, …

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AEGEAN AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS REACH 545 MILLION DOLLARS IN NOVEMBER…

Press release… Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB) realized an export of 1 billion 437 million dollars in November with an increase of 19 percent. Jak Eskinazi In the January-November period, the export of EİB, which brought 14 billion 766 million dollars to Turkey with an increase of 26 percent, reached 16 …

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“TURQUALITY PROJECT BOOSTED OLIVE OIL EXPORTS TO THE USA”

Press release… Davut Er, Chairperson of the Aegean Olive and Olive Oil Exporters’ Association (EZZİB), said that Turkish olive oil is promoted in the USA in the TURQUALITY Project, where 6 food exporters’ associations within the body of Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB) promote Turkish food products in the United States. …

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“WE PROVIDE OUR MEMBERS TO REACH INTERNATIONAL MARKETS WITH NEW TRADE PORTAL”

Press release… İzmir Commodity Exchange broke new ground in order to facilitate the adaptation of its member companies to electronic commerce methods, to offer new trade opportunities and to contribute to the expansion of their companies abroad. In this context, the “İzmir Commodity Exchange Trade Portal” was developed in order …

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TURKISH INDUSTRIAL DESIGNER UPCYCLES EXPIRED AND WASTE MATERIALS…

‘We can produce a material that can replace wood by using hazelnut shells in 80% of it,’ Ayşe Yılmaz says… ISTANBUL With a unique technique she has developed, a Turkish industrial designer transforms expired and waste materials into construction items. As the concept of recycling cannot meet the needs due …

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TURKEY: COTTON AND PRODUCTS UPDATE

The Turkish cotton crop for Marketing Year (MY) 2021/22 is forecast at 450,000 hectares and 825,000metric tons (MT; 3.79 million bales). Cotton consumption is expected to be 1,850,000 MT (8.50 millionbales) for the same MY. Better than expected yields in the GAP region, and a smaller area affected bydrought in …

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FAO: FOOD PRICE INDEX RISES IN NOVEMBER

Press release… Wheat and dairy drive fourth consecutive monthly increase, global cereal supplies “comfortable”. 02/12/2021 Rome -The barometer of food commodity prices in international markets rose for the fourth consecutive month in November, led by strong demand for wheat and dairy products, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations …

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FOOD WASTE DECLINES AT HOTELS DURING PANDEMIC!

The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed the world as we know it, altering our habits from the way we travel to interaction between people. Despite all the discomfort and problems it has brought along, one unlikely benefit of the COVID-19 pandemic appears to be that restaurants are now wasting much less food.  Ali …

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LILY PRODUCTION EARNS 30 TIMES MORE THAN WHEAT!

The production of lily (Iris florentina), which is shown among the high-yielding medicinal aromatic plants, has been started in Edirne province of Turkey. Adnan Tülek It is stated that there is no market problem in Turkey and that the lily used in the cosmetics industry earns at least 30 times …

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INTERNATIONAL AGRI-JOURNALISTS GATHER IN ANTALYA!

Journalists from 16 countries get information about Turkey’s agriculture industry in Antalya… Agricultural journalists from Turkey and abroad gathered last week in Turkey’s Mediterranean resort city of Antalya, where farming activities, especially greenhouse cultivation, are carried out intensively. Agri-journalists in front of the International Growtech Exhibition Hall The Turkish Guild …

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