Finance

APRICOT HARVEST STARTS IN IGDIR REGION…

Apricot harvest has started in Iğdır province of Eastern part of Turkiye, annual product expectation is over 40 thousand tonnes… In Iğdır, which is the “Çukurova of the East” with its climate and geographical conditions, the harvest of the apricot, which is called yellow gold and whose geographical sign has …

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SUPPORT FROM TIKA TO FRUIT AND VEGETABLE JUICE PRODUCTION IN CROATIA…

The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) introduced the fruit and vegetable juice production lines project to be built in Lepoglav, Croatia. In the statement made by TIKA, it was stated that the lines will have a production capacity of 100 to 150 litres per hour and that the production …

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VEYSEL MEMIS: MEDITERRANEAN EXPORTERS REACHED 134 M DOLLARS IN CEREALS, PULSES, OILSEEDS AND PRODUCTS FOR MAY

Veysel Memiş, Chairperson of the Mediterranean Cereals, Pulses, Oilseeds and Products Exporters’ Association (AHBİB), evaluated the export figures of the sector in Turkiye along with AHBİB in cereals, pulses, oilseeds and products for May. Veysel Memiş announced that the region’s exports reached 134 million dollars with an increase of 19.7 …

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GOKHAN KARACA: AVOCADO PRODUCTION EXPANDS IN ANTALYA REGION

As the domestic and international demand for avocado, whose homeland is Mexico, increased, the fruit’s production area in Antalya also expanded. Having a say in the production of fresh vegetables and fruits, Antalya region’s product variety is increasing every year. In the province, where more than 30 tropical fruits from …

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INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON FISHERIES SUSTAINABILITY…

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MANUEL BARANGE: WE NEED TO EMPOWER SMALL-SCALE FISHERS, FISH FARMERS AND FISH WORKERS

IYAFA: Interview with Manuel Barange, Director of the Fisheries and Aquaculture Division at FAO, on the importance of artisanal fisheries and aquaculture for the environmental sustainability We sat down with professor Barange to hear his vision for the International Year of Artisanal Fisheries and Aquaculture and to focus on Pillar …

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PRICE OF SACRIFICIAL ANIMALS TRIPLED BEFORE EID AL-ADHA!

Within the scope of preparations for Eid al-Adha, the first animal market in Istanbul has been created in the Arnavutköy district, with prices of the sacrificial animals doubling and tripling compared to last year. Eid al-Adha, which will be celebrated in Türkiye between July 9 and 12, is an official Islamic holiday honoring the willingness …

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JAK ESKINAZI: TURKISH FOOD INDUSTRY IS GROWING IN THE USA MARKET

Press release… The Turkish food industry, which realized an export of over 1 billion dollars for the first time in 2021 to the USA, the world’s largest food importer and aims to export 2 billion dollars in 4 years, participated in the New York Summer Fancy Food Show Fair, the …

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DAVID BEASLEY: CONDITIONS NOW ARE MUCH WORSE IN TERMS OF FOOD CRISES

Two U.N. food agencies have issued stark warnings about multiple, looming food crises on the planet, driven by climate “shocks” like drought and worsened by the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine that have sent fuel and food prices soaring. The glum assessment came in a …

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TURKIYE PLANS TO LEASE FARMLANDS IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES…

Turkiye plans to lease farmlands in several counties in Africa and Latin America to grow crops to boost agricultural production amid growing global concerns over food security. Authorities have been exploring such opportunities in 10 nations, besides Venezuela and Sudan. Agriculture and Forestry Minister Vahit Kirişçi recently discussed this plan with a group of lawmakers. …

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