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HOW IS MILK PRODUCED WITHOUT A COW?

They produce cheese and yoghurt from ‘cow-free milk’! In these days everyone knows about plant-based milk alternatives such as oat and soy milk. But now, a food technology company is aiming to take alternative dairy products to another level. California-based company Perfect Day uses molds to produce dairy protein that’s …

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MURAT BAYİZİT: TURKISH FROZEN FOOD INDUSTRY HAS MADE A SIGNIFICANT PROGRESS

Murat Bayizit, Chairperson of the Turkish Frozen Food Industry Association, said that the sector, which has made a significant progress in production with the development of organic agriculture, has opened up to new markets, especially in South America and the Far East. Bayizit, who is also the Chairperson of the …

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SEVERE FOOD INSECURITY TO HIT 23 POINTS AROUND THE WORLD!

According to the new report published by the United Nations, there will be serious famine in 23 different points around the world in the next 4 months. The 2 sub-organizations of the United Nations, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP), in their advice published …

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CONTROLLED FOOD PRODUCTION FROM FIELD TO FORK!

Press release… In a webinar organized by the Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB), Birol Celep, Chairman of the Aegean Dried Fruit and Products Exporters’ Association, Cengiz Balık, Vice Chairman of the Aegean Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Exporters’ Association, Serpil Ürek, Group Manager of Migros Ticaret A.Ş. Product Safety and Environmental Management …

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TURKEY’S ICE CREAM EXPORT INCREASES DESPITE THE PANDEMIC…

Turkey’s ice cream exports expanded in 2020 despite the pandemic that has taken the hold of the whole world. Ice cream exports increased by 7 percent compared to the previous year, reaching 35.7 million dollars. Kahramanmaraş province of Turkey produces 17 percent of the ice cream across the country and …

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ARE WE READY FOR ARTIFICIAL MEAT?

An institute affiliated to a Turkish university is developing a reasonable-priced solution to be used in artificial meat production as the world has been working on alternative protein sources due to growing population and dwindling resources. While it is possible to produce “clean meat” in laboratories using one or two centimeter-sized biopsies …

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HAYRETTİN UÇAK: DİKİLİ AGRO-INDUSTRIAL ZONE WAITING FOR INVESTORS

Press release… Turkey’s largest agro-industrial zone, Dikili Agriculture Based Specialized Organized Industrial Zone (TDİOSB) is waiting for investors. TDİOSB will increase the production of fresh fruits and vegetables in the Aegean Region by 80 thousand tonnes per year, also provide employment for 3 thousand 500 people and produce with renewable …

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JAPAN MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE; “GENETICALLY MODIFIED TOMATO” NOT TO BE CONSIDERED GMO

Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare and the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries made a statement that the “genetically modified” tomato will not be considered GMO. Japan distinguishes gene editing techniques from other genetic engineering techniques. The first example in this regard was a tomato whose genes were …

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ERKAN SARICAN WRITES; THE IMPORTANCE OF ASSESSING FOOD BUSINESS WASTES

Today, SARS-CoV-2 has seriously disrupted all industries globally. Since SARS-CoV-2 entered our lives, maximum hygiene measures have been taken everywhere. Food businesses in particular are more sensitive in this regard. Agricultural production, food processing, distribution, service retail, etc., those working in the fields are among the ‘essential critical infrastructure elements’ …

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THE STATE OF FISHERY AND AQUACULTURE INDUSTRY BRIEFINGS CONTINUE WITH KYRGYZSTAN…

Press release… Janybek Kerimaliev, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Agriculture, Food Industry and Melioration of the Kyrgyz Republic, highlighted the importance of the webinars for improving food security. Haydar Fersoy, Senior Fishery and Aquaculture Officer of FAO, also explained that “regional networking, exchange of experiences, knowledge and good practices contribute to …

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