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TURKISH CITRUS EXPORTS ROSE BY 450 PERCENT TO ITALY…

Turkey’s citrus export products to Italy showed an increase of 450 percent in the first nine months of 2020 in terms of amount compared to the same period last year, while the value recorded 595 percent increase. According to the information compiled by AA (Anadolu Agency) correspondent from the data …

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LÜTFİ BAYRAKTAR: FİSKOBİRLİK REVISES ITS CAPACITY TO 60 TONNES PER DAY

Lütfi Bayraktar, Chairman of the Board of Hazelnut Agricultural Sales Cooperatives Union (FİSKOBİRLİK), stated that their goal is to revise their capacity to 60 tonnes per day in 2021. Bayraktar, in a written statement, made an evaluation regarding the ongoing production and new investments in the Integrated Hazelnut Processing Facility …

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TURKEY RANKS SECOND IN PASTA EXPORTS ACROSS THE WORLD…

Turkish Exporters’ Assembly (TIM) Cereals Pulses Oil Seeds and Products Sector Council Chairman Mahsum Altunkaya, in his written statement on the occasion of World Pasta Day October 25, said pasta consumption increased rapidly in Turkey as of worldwide. Altunkaya stated that pasta was among the strategic products during the pandemic …

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AHMET GÜLDAL: HAZELNUT EXPORTS REACHED 2.3 BILLION DOLLARS

Turkish Grain Board (TMO) General Manager Ahmet Güldal said that in the 2019-2020 season, an agricultural export record of 2.3 billion dollars in hazelnuts has been attained. TMO General Manager Ahmet Güldal visits TMO’s hazelnut purchasing points. Stating that the export figures from the Black Sea Region increased in the …

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OSMAN ÖZ: 60TH INTERNATIONAL DRIED GRAPE CONFERENCE HELD ONLINE

Press release… 60th International Dried Grape Conference – October 15, 2020 Delegations from Argentina, Australia, Chile, Greece, Iran, South Africa, Turkey and the United States participated in the first online meeting of the 2020 International Seedless Dried Grape Producing Countries Conference. There were also audiences from Turkey, South Africa and …

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“OUR AIM IS TO REACH 1 MILLION TONNES IN COTTON PRODUCTION”

Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB) Coordinator Chairman Jak Eskinazi stated that the aim of the next season is to reach 1 million tonnes of cotton production thanks to the recently announced subsidy support. Bekir Pakdemirli, Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, had declared the subsidy in cotton last week. Accordingly subsidy amount …

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HÜSEYİN ARSLAN: RECOMMENDED CONSUMPTION DATE SHOULD BE IMPLEMENTED IN DRY FOODS

AHBİB Chairman Hüseyin Arslan, drew attention to the food waste and said that instead of the expiry date (STT), the recommended consumption date (TETT) should be implemented in dry food products with a long shelf life. Mediterranean Cereals, Pulses, Oil Seeds and Products Exporters’ Association (AHBİB) Chairman Hüseyin Arslan reminded …

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COTTON YIELD IN AEGEAN REGION ESTIMATED AT 167 THOUSAND TONNES…

Press release… The cotton harvest forecast for the Aegean Region 2020/2021 season was shared with the public after the meeting held on Monday, October 19, using video conference method due to the pandemic. In addition to İzmir Commodity Exchange, Aegean Exporters’ Associations, İzmir Chamber of Commerce, Söke Commodity Exchange, Aydın …

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SUBSIDY TO CONTINUE ON TABLE OLIVES…

Olive harvest has begun in Akhisar district of Manisa province which is one of the most important table olive and olive oil production centres across Turkey. Producers who collect their olives especially with traditional methods along with machines as well are troubled by the dry season. Subsidy to continue on …

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TARGET OF MANDARINE EXPORTS IS 400 MILLION DOLLARS…

Press release… One of Turkey’s traditional export products, indispensable during the autumn months, a vitamin C depot, a natural medicine against the flu and colds, the satsuma mandarins’ 2020/21 export season 2020/21 starts on Monday, October 19, 2020. Aegean Region’s satsuma yield increased by 25 percent… According to Aegean Fresh …

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