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Do we need a biofuel police?

At the Transport and Energy Council on Thursday (30 May), France, Germany and the Netherlands called the European Commission to launch controls in third countries to reinforce measures against imports of fraudulent biofuels.  The Hague, Berlin and Paris urged the bloc’s executive to intensify the ongoing investigation on Chinese biodiesel exports to …

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Muhammet Öztürk: We should concentrate on food production!

Press release… Muhammet Öztürk, Chairperson of Aegean Grains, Pulses, Oil Seeds and Products Exporters’ Association; “We should concentrate on food production, there is a demand in the world” Muhammet Öztürk Muhammet Öztürk said that after the pandemic, it turned out that being able to manufacture food products is a great …

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Dr. Muharrem Hilmi Özev: Limitation of arable lands used for biofuel could threat food security

Ignored threat to food security! Stating that biofuel production is one of the most important threats to global food security after food waste, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Muharrem Hilmi Özev said that it should be taken into consideration that the limitation of arable land used for biofuel production to food production …

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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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Burdur’s Poppy Halva receives ‘Geographical Indication Registration Certificate’

Upon the application made by Burdur Chamber of Commerce, poppy halva, which received a geographical indication registration certificate, became the 14th product to be registered in the province. Türker Öksüz Governor Türker Öksüz stated that the economy of the province is based on agriculture and animal husbandry and said that …

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Celal Kadooğlu: It is meaningful to utilise the abundance of sunflower seeds in the world

Press release… Celal Kadooğlu, President of Southeastern Anatolia Cereals, Pulses, Oil Seeds and Products Exporters’ Association: “It is meaningful to utilise the abundance of sunflower seeds in the world.” Celal Kadooğlu, in his written statement, said that in Southeastern Anatolia, which was the export leader of the cereals, pulses, oil …

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ZEYNEP ABALIOGLU: ABALIOGLU OIL ESTABLISHES TWO NEW FACILITIES IN IZMIR

Press release… 2 New Investments from Abalıoğlu Yağ (Oil) in Izmir… Abalıoğlu Yağ (Oil), which established one of the vegetable oil plants with the highest capacity and the most advanced technology in Western province of Izmir’s district Aliağa, is making two new investments in the region. With the additional investment …

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ABALIOGLU OIL, ABALIOGLU FEED TAKE PLACE IN TOP TURKISH INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES LIST…

Press release… Abalıoğlu Oil and Abalıoğlu Feed in ISO (Istanbul Chamber of Industry) 500 list… The results of ‘Türkiye’s Top 500 Industrial Enterprises’ 2022, in which the country’s largest industrial companies are determined by the Istanbul Chamber of Industry (ISO), were announced. In the prestigious list, which is followed with …

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BRAZIL OVERTAKES THE U.S. TO BECOME THE TOP GLOBAL CORN EXPORTER…

Bloomberg writers Michael Hirtzer and Dominic Carey reported that, ″For more than half a century, US farmers dominated the international market for corn, shipping more of the critical crop than any other country to feed the world’s livestock, fill its stockpiles and manufacture its processed foods. ″No more. In the agricultural …

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UKRANIAN FARMERS TO PLANT MORE OILSEEDS IN 2024!

Ukrainian farmers plan to expand the sown area of winter rapeseed crops for 2024 to a record 1.9 million hectares but may cut the sown area of winter wheat, an Agriculture Ministry survey revealed on Monday. The survey said that 45% of farmers did not plan to reduce the winter …

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