TimeLine Layout

January, 2022

  • 26 January

    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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  • 26 January

    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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  • 26 January

    MEDITERRANEAN EXPORTERS ACHIEVE 1.25 BILLION DOLLARS OF FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES EXPORTS…

    Press release… Nejdat Sin, Coordinator Chairman of Mediterranean Exporters’ Associations (AKİB) and Chairman of the Mediterranean Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Exporters’ Association, announced that they realized 41 percent of Turkiye’s 3.08 billion dollars of fresh fruit and vegetable exports in 2021. Sin also noted that with this export of 1.25 …

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  • 25 January

    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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  • 25 January

    TOLGA ŞALLI: ‘RENEWABLE ENERGY’ IS A MUST!

    Press release… Tolga Şallı, Chairperson of the Environmentalist Energy Association, made a written statement about the renewable energy. Şallı said, “Our country, which has many main resources from agriculture to tourism, from industry to energy, needs to use renewable energy resources in the most effective way in the production stages. …

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  • 25 January

    KAAN BARAL: NUTS CONSUMPTION PER HOUSEHOLD IS 27 KG

    Consumption per household was 27 kg Stating that the sector continues to invest and grow in 2021, Peyman CEO Kaan Baral said that the packaged nuts market has reached a size of approximately 7 billion TL with the increase in consumer awareness and demand for hygienic products. Baral said, “2021 …

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  • 25 January

    FARMERS IN ENGLAND TO BE PAID FOR LOOKING AFTER SOIL HEALTH…

    Farmers will be paid for looking after England’s soils for the first time from next year, when the first stage of the government’s new support payments begins. Environmental groups criticised the measures as puny and accused ministers of failing in their promises to use the UK’s departure from the EU …

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  • 24 January

    “TURKISH SALMON WORTH 35.5 MILLION DOLLARS EXPORTED FROM TRABZON AND RİZE PROVINCES IN 2021”

    Press release… The export of Rainbow Trout, which has become one of the important export products of the Black Sea region, which is a subspecies of the trout, is known as Black Sea Salmon in the domestic market and has become a brand as Turkish Salmon in foreign markets, continues …

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  • 24 January

    EXPERTS; EAT VEGETABLES, BE HAPPY!

    Eating enough vegetables increases well-being and happiness. Because vegetables contain a variety of nutrients that support overall physical health. Vegetables contain numerous micronutrients critical for optimal mental function, such as zinc, magnesium, folate and iron. They also contain antioxidants that protect the body against oxidative stress associated with depression and …

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  • 24 January

    COFFEE TO BE PRODUCED IN MEDITERRANEAN AS AN ALTERNATIVE CROP!

    The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry determines alternative crops to reduce the impact of climate change on agriculture. The coffee tree stands out in the Mediterranean. With the warm winters in Marmara, olive groves become widespread and hot and dry summers facilitate cotton production. It is predicted that orchards will …

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