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CHEESE WORKSHOP TO START IN ANTALYA NEXT WEEK…

The distance education programme, which was initiated by the Antalya Commodity Exchange (ATB) and Antalya Agriculture and Forestry Directorate in order to continue agricultural education during the pandemic period, continues with the Cheese Workshop. Öznur Apaydın Arıkan The Cheese Workshop, which is planned free of charge online, will be held …

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DECEMBER 5 WORLD TURKISH COFFEE DAY!

The U.S. capital is set to declare Dec. 5 World Turkish Coffee Culture Day following an initiative by a Turkish cultural group. Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser thanked the volunteer-led Turkish Coffee Lady Foundation for “sharing the rich tradition” of Turkish coffee “and bridging cultures – one coffee at a …

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HALF OF BULGHUR PRODUCTION AND EXPORTS MADE IN GAZİANTEP REGION…

Bulghur, which is indispensable for Turkish food culture, takes its place on the tables after a long and laborious production process in factories in Gaziantep. Half of bulghur production and exports across Turkey, is made in Gaziantep province of Southeastern Anatolia. Wheat grown in Southeastern Anatolia region, brought to facilities …

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CORONAVIRUS RAISES INTEREST IN TARHANA SOUP!

Coronavirus increased interest in tarhana! The demand for tarhana, which is indispensable on the tables in winter, has increased during the coronavirus epidemic. In addition to domestic sales, Uşak (a province in Western Anatolia) tarhana is exported to many countries such as Germany, Austria, New Zealand and the USA. Tarhana, …

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İZMİR CULINARY CULTURE ASSOCIATION ESTABLISHED…

Press release… Volunteers who set out to introduce Izmir’s culinary culture to the world started their activities.Sibel Önbaş, Founding President of İzmir Culinary Culture Association: “We will ensure that İzmir cuisine is included in the UNESCO Creative Cities Network” İzmir Culinary Culture Association started its activities. While the foundation of …

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FAMOUS BUFFALO CREAM OF BOLU REGION GETS GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATION…

Bolu’s famous water buffalo cream was registered by the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office and received a geographical indication. Bolu (a northwestern province in Turkey) Chamber of Commerce and Industry Chairman Türker Ateş said, “Afyon’s cream is famous. Bolu’s buffalo cream is also famous. From now on, we will say …

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ANCIENT MARDIN CUISINE TAKES THE STAGE…

Mardin Artuklu University (MAU) and its project partner MARSEV signed an implementation protocol with the Ministry of Industry GAP Regional Development Administration within the scope of the “Ancient Mardin Meals Are On The Stage – Now It’s Time Project”. MAU Rector Professor Dr. İbrahim Özcoşar, in his statement, said that …

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“VAT REDUCTION THROWS A LIFELINE TO THE FOOD AND DRINK SECTOR”

The food and drink sector recorded around a 20% increase in mobility following the government’s decision to reduce value-added tax (VAT) to 1% to boost consumption and cushion the fallout of the pandemic on the industry. Ramazan Bingöl, chairman of the Association of All Restaurants and Suppliers (TÜRES), told Anadolu …

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ERZURUM WATER CHEESE PASTRY GETS REGISTRATION…

Erzurum Commodity Exchange had received Geographical Indication Certificates for Civil Cheese, Göğermiş Cheese and Stuffed Kadayıf with its application to the Turkish Patent and Trademark Office (TURKPATENT) in previous years. By adding “Erzurum Water Cheese Pastry” (Erzurum Su Böreği) to this list, Erzurum Commodity Exchange has now protected another product …

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“THE AUTHENTIC BAKLAVA MADE OF HONEY SHERBET”

Press release… Indicating that honey has been used since ages in the sherbet of baklava which is the indispensable flavour of the feasts, Honey Gourmet Ahmet Bağran Aksoy said, “The first production year of industrial sugar in our country, known as granulated sugar, is 1926. But baklava and other sherbet …

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