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“TURKEY HAS AN INCREDIBLY RICH CULINARY CULTURE”

Thanks to its geography, Turkey has an incredibly rich culinary culture, says Hungarian chef Agnes Toth… Thanks to its geography, Turkey enjoys a rich culinary culture, says a Hungarian chef who is introducing Turkish cuisine to the world with food tours of Istanbul. Speaking to Anadolu Agency during her latest …

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PRICE OF WORDLWIDE KNOWN ANZER HONEY DECLARED AS 1200 TL FOR ONE KG…

The kilogramme of Anzer honey is 1200 TL, there is an order for 1 tonne… The selling price of the world-famous Anzer honey, which is produced in the Anzer Plateau at an altitude of 2,300 metre in Rize’s İkizdere district, was determined as 1200 TL this year. This year, 200 …

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GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATED ERBAA NARİNCE LEAVES ARE EXPORTED TO EUROPEAN COUNTRIES…

The ‘Erbaa Narince Vineyard Leaf’ produced in the Erbaa district of Tokat province contributes 90 million TL per year to the economy of the district. Geographically indicated leaves are also exported to European countries. The geographically registered Erbaa Narince Vineyard Leaves, which are produced on an area of ​​19,820 decares …

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TURKISH COFFEE TO BE PROMOTED IN UNITED STATES THROUGH A DOCUMENTARY!

Turkish coffee will be promoted in the US through a documentary filmed by a Turkish foundation in seven cities of the country where the strong drink is prepared in different ways. Gizem Şalcıgil White Turkish coffee will be promoted in the US through a documentary filmed by a Turkish foundation …

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NAİM KOCA: COFFEE CONSUMPTION HAS MORE THAN TRIPLED IN 10 YEARS

Stating that Turkey is not a ‘tea country’ as it is considered, barista trainer Naim Koca said that since 2011, coffee consumption per capita in Turkey has increased more than 3 times. Naim Koca “Although the factors are various, coffee consumption per capita in Turkey has increased from 350 grams …

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KASTAMONU ÜRYANİ PLUM RECEIVES GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATION!

“Kastamonu Üryani Plum” was given a geographical indication registration certificate by the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office. In the written statement made by Daday (a district of Kastamonu province) Municipality, it was wished that the registration would be beneficial for the district, Kastamonu and Turkey. Emphasizing that the recognition of …

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KAYSERİ ADDED TO UNESCO CREATIVE CITIES NETWORK IN FIELD OF GASTRONOMY…

Turkey‘s central province of Kayseri has been added to the UNESCO Creative Cities Network in field of gastronomy for its rich cuisine, a local official said on July 28.  Kayseri city mayor Memduh Büyükkılıç said that a special commission was formed within the municipality which carried out hard work and managed to enter the network. …

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ANNOUNCING THE GLOBAL MANIFESTO ON FORGOTTEN FOODS!

The Global Manifesto on Forgotten Foods is a landmark document representing a wide consensus on a coherent framework for a transformation of the agricultural research and innovation system—by fully unleashing the potential of so-called ‘forgotten foods’. Also referred to as neglected and underutilized species (NUS), indigenous foods, orphan crops or future foods, “forgotten foods” …

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‘AFYON BUFFALO YOGHURT’ OBTAINS GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATION CERTIFICATE…

“Afyon buffalo yoghurt” received geographical indication registration certificate… “Afyon buffalo yoghurt”, one of the local flavours of Afyonkarahisar province, has been registered with a geographical indication certificate by the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office. Afyonkarahisar Chamber of Commerce and Industry Chairperson Hüsnü Serteser, in his written statement, noted that he …

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RESTAURANTS WANT TO STAY OPEN FOR THE VACCINATED

Another lockdown will be a huge blow to Turkey’s eatery industry and restaurants, a business group has warned, calling for stricter measures that will help keep businesses open in the coming months. As part of the government’s efforts to bring COVID-19 under control, restaurants and cafes across the country remained closed for months during …

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