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ILKER YILDIRIM: EASTERN BLACK SEA EXPORTERS INTRODUCED TURKISH SALMON IN SOUTH KOREA

Press release…

Eastern Black Sea Exporters’ Association (DKİB), with its registered brand “Turkish Salmon from Black Sea”, participated in the South Korea’s Busan International Seafood & Fisheries Expo, one of the most important fairs of the fisheries sector in the Far East and attracted great attention.

İlker Yıldırım

420 businesses from 20 countries exhibited their products at the BISFE 2022 Fisheries Fair held in the city of Busan, which is the 2nd largest city in South Korea and is known as a trade city because it hosts the 7th largest port in the world and stands out with its aquaculture production-processing facilities.

DKİB, which promotes all the products of the region’s aquaculture sector, opened a special parenthesis to “Turkish Salmon” and exhibited the products of Turkish Salmon producers in the region under the registered brand “Turkish Salmon from Black Sea” and organized tasting events.

Turkish salmon

İlker Yıldırım, who is among the important Turkish Salmon producer-exporters of the region and is also a Member of the Audit Board of the Eastern Black Sea Exporters’ Association, made his assessments on the subject: “As the participants of the DKİB Fisheries UR-GE (Product development) project, we formed a union of forces as a result of the clustering studies. We have also raised awareness by creating an important brand,” he said.

“We launched our brand to the whole world at the Seafood Expo Global held in Barcelona, ​​Spain last year and received very good feedback. In order to maintain this effect in the Far East markets, we have turned our route to South Korea this time. Turkish Salmon is well known in many markets such as Vietnam, Japan, China and Thailand,” he added…

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