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“THIS COOPERATION WILL REFLECT THE RICHNESS OF ANATOLIAN CUISINE”

Press release… Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB) will cooperate with Izmir University of Economics for the inclusion of Turkish cuisine in the curriculum of the University of Las Vegas William F. Harrah Tourism and Hotel Management School. Birol Celep, Vice Chair of EİB, said, “Within the scope of the promotional project …

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“FOOD EXPORT TO JAPAN SURGES TO 217 MILLION DOLLARS”

Press release… Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB) Vice Coordinator and Aegean Dried Fruits and Products Exporters’ Association Chairperson Birol Celep said that 50 percent of Turkish exports to Japan is on food while food exports made from Aegean region to this country reaches 80 percent. Celep said, “While food exports to …

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BİROL CELEP: GREEN DEAL IS A NEW OPPORTUNITY FOR TURKEY’S SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Press release… Birol Celep, Chairperson of the Aegean Dried Fruit and Products Exporters’ Association said that a Sustainability Working Group has been established in the Aegean Exporters’ Association (EİB) and underlined the EU’s new carbon tax regulation within the scope of the European Green Deal. Birol Celep, who is also …

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A GREAT MOVE FROM TURKISH ORGANIC SECTOR!

The Turkish Organic Sector, which has been producing healthy products that do not contain residue with environmentally friendly methods for about 30 years, joined forces for three major projects. While the Turkish organic sector took action to establish a portal to introduce its potential to the world, it applied for …

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CONTROLLED FOOD PRODUCTION FROM FIELD TO FORK!

Press release… In a webinar organized by the Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB), Birol Celep, Chairman of the Aegean Dried Fruit and Products Exporters’ Association, Cengiz Balık, Vice Chairman of the Aegean Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Exporters’ Association, Serpil Ürek, Group Manager of Migros Ticaret A.Ş. Product Safety and Environmental Management …

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TURKISH DRIED FIGS EXPORT REACHES 158 MILLION DOLLARS SO FAR IN NEW SEASON…

The export revenue obtained from dried figs, defined as the fruit of paradise, in the 2020/21 season reached 158 million dollars with an increase of 2 percent. Turkey, as known, is the world leader in the production and exports of dried figs. The country has experienced a pleasing development in …

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“EXCHANGE RATE SHOULD ENSURE THE CONTINUITY OF VALUE-ADDED EXPORTS”

Press release… Celep: “We expect the exchange rate to ensure the continuation of value-added exports” Birol Celep, Chairperson of the Aegean Dried Fruits and Products Exporters’ Association, said that Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB) members exported 5.1 billion dollars of agricultural products in 2020 with an increase of 4 percent. “We …

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BİROL CELEP: PANDEMIC INCREASES THE TENDING TO HEALTHY FOOD

Press release… Dried fruit exports to China increased by 21 percent… Almost all of our dried fruit sector is of great importance for the economy and foreign trade of our country and our region with its structure based on domestic inputs. Our dried fruits come to the fore within the …

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AEGEAN EXPORTERS; THE WAY TO EXIST IN THE FUTURE IS ‘SMART AGRICULTURE’

Press release… Aegean exporters said “produce organic for the climate crisis” in Agriculture Week… The way to exist in the future is “smart agriculture”… One quarter of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions come from food production. Aegean exporters, who have been feeding the world with organic production for 36 years, …

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AEGEAN AGRICULTURAL EXPORTERS ACHIEVE AN EXPORT OF 4.6 BILLION DOLLARS IN 11 MONTHS…

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Press release… Birol Celep, Deputy Coordinator of Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB), said that EİB members exported 11 billion 750 million dollars in January – November 2020. Celep said, “Besides exports by EİB member agricultural exporters reached 4 billion 602 million dollars with an increase of 2 percent in the same …

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