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TAFLAN PICKLE, ORDU’S TRADITIONAL TASTE, RECEIVES GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATION…

One of the indispensable tastes of Black Sea’s Ordu province, pickled taflan was given a geographical indication registration certificate. The application made to the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office with the title of “Geographical Indication and Traditional Product” for “Taflan Pickle” prepared by using water and salt from taflan fruit, …

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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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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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DR. SENIH YAZGAN: WE AIM TO BOOST THE MARKET SHARE OF BURSA’S BLACK FIG

Press release… • BURSA BLACK FIG WILL BE PROMOTED TO THE WORLD THROUGH UR-GE PROJECT The closing meeting of the consultancy activity on “On-Site Market Research in Target Markets” of the Ur-Ge (Product development) project of Increasing Awareness of Bursa Black Fig in Various Geographies, which was initiated with the …

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HAYRETTIN UCAK: WE AIM TO EXPORT 200 HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS OF GHERKIN

News release… The target in gherkin exports is to reach 200 million dollars with residue-free production. While Turkiye earned 310 million dollars of foreign exchange income from pickle exports in 2021, gherkins have become the star of pickle exports with 150 million dollars of exports. The sector aims to reach …

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FERHAT GÜRÜZ: TURKIYE’S FRESH FRUIT AND VEG EXPORTS EXCEEDED 210 MILLION DOLLARS IN APRIL

Press release… Ferhat Gürüz, Chairperson of the Board of the Mediterranean Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Exporters’ Association, announced that Turkiye’s fresh fruit and vegetable exports in April reached 210.4 million dollars with an increase of 4 percent compared to the equivalent period of the previous year. Emphasizing that the Eastern …

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İBRAHİM SAĞLAM: WE HAVE GOOD RESULTS FROM THE ARONIA FRUIT IN SAMSUN REGION

After getting good results from the aronia fruit, which was planted for trial purposes on a 10-decare land in the Çarşamba Plain by the Samsun Provincial Directorate of Agriculture and Forestry, it was decided to increase the production area to 100 decares. In order to diversify agricultural production in Çarşamba …

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LAPSEKI PEACH RECEIVES GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATION!

AK Party Group Deputy Chairman and Çanakkale Deputy Bülent Turan gave the good news that Çanakkale’s 10th geographical indication product is Lapseki peach. Giving the good news that Çanakkale got its 10th geographical indication with Lapseki peach, Turan said, “While the geographical indication guarantees the source and quality of the …

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RUSSIA INCREASES FRUIT AND VEGETABLE IMPORTS FROM ANTALYA!

Fruit and vegetable growers in the southern province of Antalya have been enjoying a revival in demand for their produce from Russia. Initially, Farmers in the provinces were adversely affected by the war between Russia and Ukraine. Exports from the western Mediterranean region to Russia, a major market for Turkiye, declined by 45 percent in …

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