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DR. MUHAMMET ANGIN: GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATION WORKS SPEED UP IN GİRESUN PROVINCE

Press release… Geographical Indication Works Speeded Up in Giresun… Alucra Oğlak (Kidling) Kebab It was stated that within the scope of a local project carried out by the Giresun Provincial Directorate of Agriculture and Forestry with the financial contribution of the Eastern Black Sea Project Regional Development Administration (DOKAP) and …

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PLASTIC POLLUTION DOESN’T STOP AT BORDERS; IT’S A GLOBAL PROBLEM!

Today more than 70 leading businesses and financial institutions have called for a legally binding UN treaty on plastic pollution in a pre-UNEA statement.  The statement is an indictment on the severity of our current plastic crisis, which merits immediate and concerted global efforts that tackle the problem at its root …

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FAO; A NEW PROJECT TO IMPROVE COST AND PRICE MONITORING IN AGRIFOOD SUPPLY CHAINS KICKS OFF

The project aims to determine the current status of Turkey’s agrifood cost and price monitoring systems with a view to enhancing the capacity of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry… 25 January 2022, Ankara – Inflation is pushing food prices upwards around the globe and the agrifood system is facing multiple threats …

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HAYRETTİN UÇAK: WE MUST TAKE ACTION IN THE FIGHT AGAINST PESTICIDES

Press release… The fight against pesticides should be seen as a priority area in the circular economy action plan! A call from the fresh fruit and vegetable sector: We must take action in the fight against pesticides With the EU Green Deal, it aims to reduce the use of pesticides …

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TURKISH SOUP KITCHEN FEEDS OVER 3000 PEOPLE IN SOMALIA…

Turkish Red Crescent delegation head says organization operating in country since 2011 when Somalia suffered deadly famine… MOGADISHU, Somalia A soup kitchen in the Somali capital run by the Turkish Red Crescent feeds 3,150 people daily and distributes food to many parts of Mogadishu. The Turkish humanitarian organization has been …

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LARGE-SCALE PRODUCTION STARTS IN THE INDEPENDENT PROJECT…

Products such as food, animal feed and bio jet fuel will be produced at the facility… The opening of the biorefinery facility, which was established within the scope of the Integrated Biorefinery Concept for Bioeconomy Driven Development (INDEPENDENT), was held on Friday, January 7, 2022. Developed in cooperation with Boğaziçi …

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TURKIYE TO EXPAND AMBITIOUS ZERO WASTE SCHEME NATIONWIDE…

Turkiye’s zero waste campaign aims to drive recycling efforts for all kinds of waste… Turkiye’s Zero Waste campaign, first launched in 2017, is now set to expand throughout the country in order to encourage recycling.  The Ministry of Environment, Urbanization and Climate Change, which oversees the massive recycling campaign, will …

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“WE EXIST WHERE THERE IS FOOD!”

Press release… Speaking at the training seminar held for the kitchen and service personnel of the hotels operating in Izmir region, Provincial Agriculture and Forestry Director Mustafa Özen said, “We exist everywhere in Izmir, where food is bought, sold, transported, stored, processed, served and even wherever there are materials that …

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EU NEW ORGANIC LEGISLATION ENTERED INTO FORCE ON 1 JANUARY 2022…

EU new organic legislation entered into force on 1 January 2022, following the postponement of its implementation for a year. The main improvement is the harmonization of the rules, covering the whole EU organic sector. This single set of rules is going to apply also to non-EU farmers who export …

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FISHCap WORKSHOP SHEDS LIGHT ON FISH HEALTH MANAGEMENT AND FISH DISEASES…

Press release… Regional workshop provided participants with basic knowledge on fish health management, common diseases of cultured fish, and methodologies to diagnose these diseases and examine fish with symptoms. Photo: ©FAO 5 January 2022, Ankara – A regional workshop on fish health management and fish diseases took place on 20-22 December 2021 in …

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