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TURKISH TEA EXPORTED TO 105 COUNTRIES…

Turkish tea has been exported to 105 countries valued at 12 million 182 thousand 162 dollars during the first 9 months of this year. The most tea was sold to Belgium on the basis of countries. According to the compilation made from the data of the Eastern Black Sea Exporters …

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FOOD EXPORTS TO RUSSIA FROM EASTERN BLACK SEA REGION IN UPWARD TREND…

According to a compilation of data from the Eastern Black Sea Exporters’ Association (DKİB), 17,717 tons of peaches were sold from the region to Russia in January-August period this year. Last year in the same period, 11,104 tons of peaches were exported from the Eastern Black Sea to Russia, resulting …

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“HAZELNUT NOT TO BE USED AS A POLITICAL TOOL”

“Hazelnut should not be used as a tool for politics” While the Black Sea Hazelnut and Products Exporters’ Association (KFMİB) announced the hazelnut forecast yield of 2020 as 670 thousand tons, Mehmet Cirav, Eastern Black Sea Exporters Association (DKİB) Hazelnut and Products Sector Committee Chairman, said that hazelnut should not …

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TURKISH TEA EXPORTED TO 97 COUNTRIES…

According to data obtained from Eastern Black Sea Exporters’ Association (DKİB), between January-June 2020, 1895 tons of tea was exported to 97 countries. 7 million 587 thousand 963 dollars were generated from the said export. In the same period of last year, 4 million 815 thousand 385 dollars were earned …

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“ATTENTION TO TURKISH HONEY IS PLEASING”

The Chairman of the Board of DKİB (Eastern Black Sea Exorters’ Association), Saffet Kalyoncu, said that the interest in Turkish honey is pleasing. Stating that Turkey attracts attention especially with its rich flora and endemic plant diversity, Kalyoncu said: “We have an important potential in terms of honey export, but …

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TRABZON CONTINUES TO EXPORT DESPITE COVID-19…

Saffet Kalyoncu, Chairman of the Board of the Eastern Black Sea Exporters Association, said in his written statement that despite the effects of the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) epidemic, exports from Trabzon province did not lose speed and it was almost overwhelmed by the effect of the normalization steps …

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