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SAFFET KALYONCU: TURKISH HONEY EXPORTS WILL MEET OUR YEAR-END EXPECTATIONS

In the January-November period of the year, 41 million 503 thousand dollars worth of honey was exported to 59 countries from Türkiye. Eastern Black Sea Exporters’ Association (DKİB) Chairman of the Board Saffet Kalyoncu told Anadolu Agency (AA) that 15,564 tonnes of honey was exported from the country in 11 …

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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 …

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MEHMET CIRAV: SLOWING PRODUCTION IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES AFFECTS HAZELNUT EXPORTS

Press release… In the last two months of the 2022/2023 hazelnut export season, which started on September 1, 2022, 56,763 tonnes of hazelnuts were exported from Türkiye corresponding to 314 million 953 thousand 824 dollars. In annual exports, 239,934 tonnes of hazelnuts were exported in the 10-month period covering January-October, …

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TURKIYE TO BOOST TEA, HAZELNUT AND SALMON EXPORTS…

Türkiye aims to boost the country’s exports by focusing on a number of products, including tea, hazelnuts and salmon, the head of the Eastern Black Sea Exporters’ Association Ahmet Hamdi Gürdoğan told the Türkiye Exporters’ Summit Tuesday. Speaking at the “2023 Exports Vision and New Opportunities” panel, moderated by Sabah …

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TURKISH SALMON EXPORTS SOARED BY 149 PERCENT!

Turkish salmon exports from the Black Sea region increased by 149 percent in the January-August period of the year, reaching 81 million 645 thousand 462 dollars and 11 thousand 183 tonnes of Turkish salmon were exported. Eastern Black Sea Exporters’ Assocation (DKİB) Supervisory Board Member and Deputy Chairman of the …

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“HAZELNUT PRODUCERS SHOULD NOT ACT HASTILY!”

Mehmet Cirav, Chairman of the Hazelnut and Products Sector Committee of the Eastern Black Sea Exporters’ Association (DKİB), said that the new season harvest has started well and wished the new export season to be a productive one. Cirav stated that the stagnation and recession environment in European countries and …

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MEHMET CIRAV: TRABZON IS THE EXPORT CHAMPION AGAIN

Press release… Trabzon is the Champion Again in 2021/2022 Hazelnut Export Season… In the 2021/2022 hazelnut export season, which started on September 1, 2021 and ended on August 31, 2022, the amount of hazelnuts exported from Türkiye reached 341,544 tonnes and a foreign exchange inflow of 1 Billion 987 Million …

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TURKISH TEA EXPORTS REACH TO 97 COUNTRIES!

Tea exports from Turkiye to 97 countries in the first half of the year soared by 19 percent and reached 12.2 million dollars. Belgium, the United Kingdom and Germany were the three countries with the highest exports. The interest in Turkish tea in Europe was also reflected in the export …

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EASTERN BLACK SEA EXPORTERS’ ASSOCIATION TO INCREASE THE EXPORT CAPACITY OF TURKISH TEA!

The UR-GE (Product Development) project titled “Increasing the Export Capacity of Turkish Tea and Ensuring its Sustainability”, prepared by the Eastern Black Sea Exporters’ Association (DKİB) with the cooperation and support of Rize Commodity Exchange, was included in the scope of support by the Ministry of Trade. Within the scope …

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MEHMET CIRAV: HAZELNUT EXPORTS REACHED 1.7 BILLION DOLLARS IN 9 MONTHS

News release… Between September 1, 2021 and May 31, 2022, covering the 9-month period of our country’s 2021/2022 hazelnut export season, 1 billion 700 million 495 560 dollars of hazelnuts were exported in return for 287 thousand 934 tonnes. There was an increase of 6 percent in the value amount. …

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