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RESTAURANTS AND CAFES TO BE REOPENED ACROSS TURKEY?

Turkey is looking into solutions to help the country’s struggling restaurants and cafes, whose operations have been disrupted by the lockdown measures enacted to stem the spread of the coronavirus. Turkey’s Health Ministry is working on a formula that includes enabling eateries and cafes to open in provinces with a …

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EXPORT TARGET OF 100 M DOLLARS TO THE USA IN FISHERIES…

Press release… Fisheries industry set an export target of 100 million dollars to the USA. Americans will get fit with Turkish seafood and Mediterranean diet. Turkish aquaculture products were introduced in the second leg of the TURQUALITY Project carried out by the Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB) to increase the exports …

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“IMPORTANCE OF CEREALS AND LEGUMES HAS EMERGED WITH THE PANDEMIC”

Mahsum Altunkaya, Chairman of Turkish Exporters’ Assembly (TIM) Cereals, Pulses, Oil Seeds and Products Sector Board, stated that 2020 was a difficult year for all exporters and they wished that everything would return to normal in 2021. Altunkaya said, “We achieved the highest monthly sector exports of all time in …

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RESTAURANTS AND CAFES PUT FORWARD PROPOSALS SO AS TO REOPEN…

Suffering from the fallout caused by the coronavirus-related restrictions, restaurant and café owners in Turkey are now seeking ways to reopen, putting forward proposals that may help them get back to business. As part of the wider measures the government introduced to bring the spread of COVID-19 under control, restaurants and cafes are only allowed to …

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FAO AND SABRİ ÜLKER FOUNDATION TO HELP CHILDREN TO CUT FOOD WASTE AT HOME…

Press release… FAO collaborates with Sabri Ülker Foundation on educating children in pre-school and primary schools on reducing food waste at home. 18 January 2021, Ankara, Turkey – The majority of food waste still occurs at the household level, making it imperative for the consumer households to be informed and change their behavior. To …

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FISHERIES SECTOR EXPORTS OVER 1 BILLION DOLLARS DESPITE THE PANDEMIC…

Press release… Aquaculture industry takes firm steps forward to the 2023 export target of 1.5 billion dollars. While there was a 7 percent contraction in world commodity trade in 2020 due to the pandemic, the Turkish seafood industry increased its exports by 4 percent to 1 billion 53 million dollars. …

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BEE’O PROPOLIS AWARDED WITH RAW HONEY EXPORTS…

Press release… Istanbul Fisheries and Animal Products Exporters’ Association’s (İSHİB) ‘Successful Exporters Award Ceremony’ for the years of 2017, 2018 and 2019 was held online on December 28. SBS Scientific Bio Solutions Inc. (BEE’O Propolis) has achieved a new success by entering the top 10 in the list of successful …

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FAO LAUNCHES THE UN’S INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 2021…

A means to improve nutrition and reduce food loss and waste, says Director-General… The Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), QU Dongyu, has launched the International Year of Fruits and Vegetables 2021 (IYFV) with an appeal to improve healthy and sustainable food production through innovation and …

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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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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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