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Türkiye foresees no issues in wheat supply in new season…

Türkiye expects no challenges with the wheat supply in the new season, according to industry representatives on Sunday. Speaking to Anadolu Agency (AA), Gülfem Eren, chairperson of the board of the Cereal Suppliers Association (HUBUDER), said that wheat production worldwide is expected to be good this season. Pointing out that …

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Ahmet Güldal: Turkish Grain Board is ready for the new harvest period

TMO General Manager Güldal: “We will not have farmers who say ‘I could not get an appointment’.” Ahmet Güldal, General Manager of the Turkish Grain Board (TMO), stated that TMO has completed all preparations for the new harvest period and said, ‘Our appointment system has been changed this year, we …

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Idle capacity in Turkish flour industry reaches almost 50 percent!

Wheat production in Türkiye was 22 million tonnes last year. This year, this production is expected to surge. The abundant and accessible raw material for the sector, which ramps up wheat production every year, plays an important role both in the smooth realisation of the product supply in the domestic …

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Cereals, pulses, oilseeds and products exports reach 4 billion dollars in January-April period…

Press release… At the end of the first four months of the year, the total exports of the cereals, pulses, oilseeds and products sector, which includes basic food products such as biscuits, wheat flour, vegetable oils, sugary and cocoa products and pasta, soared by 6 percent to 4 billion dollars. …

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Celal Kadooğlu: Our aim is to strengthen our relations with Venezuela in the areas of wheat flour, pasta and bakery products

Press release… 52.2 percent of Türkiye’s cereal exports to Venezuela from Southeastern Anatolia… Celal Kadooğlu, President of Southeastern Anatolia Cereals, Pulses, Oil Seeds and Products Exporters’ Association, hosted José Alejandro Terán, Governor of La Guaira State of Venezuela and the accompanying delegation in Türkiye’s Southeastern province of Gaziantep. The advantages …

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Haluk Tezcan: Increase in wheat production will expand export markets

Haluk Tezcan, Head of Turkish Flour Industrialists’ Federation (TUSAF), said that the abundance of wheat production in Türkiye will mobilise the idle capacity and this will be beneficial in expanding the export markets and quantity. Haluk Tezcan Haluk Tezcan, who also evaluated the export figures in the first two months …

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FAO trims wheat forecast for 2024!

03/05/2024 Rome – The benchmark for world food commodity prices edged higher in April, as rising meat prices and modest upticks for vegetable oils and cereals more than offset decreases for sugar and dairy products, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) reported Friday. 2024 wheat forecast trimmed… FAO also …

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Crowded population of Egypt signals a spike in cereals and pulses exports…

For Egypt, whose economy was shaken by geopolitical conflicts, it is possible to talk about a calmer environment in recent years. In addition to the re-stabilisation of the country, Egypt’s dense population signals more exports in cereals and pulses. It is necessary to accelerate commercial contacts in the field of …

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Burak Kırkgöz: Drought in Konya Plain causes ‘stress’, yield expectations fall

While a low rainy season continues in Konya Plain, the granary of grain across Türkiye, plants are stressed especially in barren areas. Stating that intermittent rainfall during the spike period, known as the spawning period, was insufficient, experts stated that there would be a decrease in yield in barren areas. …

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Leadership in flour exports now being transferred to machine production…

The Turkish flour industry, which is preparing to carry the export leadership it has achieved in the global market in the last 10 years to machinery production, aims to overtake China and become the leader in this field. On the flour side, the sector, which expects wheat production to surge, …

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