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150 million dollars of export contacts established in IDMA


The exhibitor companies in IDMA Exhibition which is organized in the recession of the Turkish economy hit the spot. The exhibition, which lasted 4 days, mediated the establishment of more than $ 150 million in exports. International Flour, Feed, Semolina, Rice, Corn, Bulgur, Milling Machines and Pulses, Pasta, Biscuit Technologies Exhibition IDMA, which opened its doors for the eighth time …

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Ülker sells Godiva’s rights in 4 countries and the Belgian factory


Yıldız Holding sold Godiva’s Belgian factory, retail and distribution operations in Japan, South Korea, and Australia as well as market development rights in New Zealand to MBK Partners.  Yıldız Holding reached a deal with MBK Partners to sell operational rights in four countries and Belgian factory. According to this deal, MBK Partners will take over retail and distribution operations in …

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With waste bread, Turkey can build 80 hospitals


Kerem Kınık, Head of the Turkish Red Crescent (Kızılay) said that Turkish people waste 500,000 tons of bread annually, adding, “This means 80 public hospitals. We have to prevent this waste.” Kerem Kınık, Head of the Turkish Red Crescent (Kızılay) said that the organization carried out works to keep the society on its feet in the case of emergencies and …

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Wheat contributes USD12 billion to Turkish economy


Turkish Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry said the wheat production meets Turkey’s needs, adding that imported wheat has been used as raw materials for exported product.  The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry said that the export of wheat products like flour, pasta, bulgur, biscuit, and semolina have contributed added value to the national economy for many years. “Since 2002, 68 …

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Simit Sarayı to open 50 shops in Algeria


Simit Sarayı reached a deal to open 50 shops in Algeria. Within this agreement, 50 new shops of Simit Sarayı will be launched. Turkish company will open new shops also in Slovenia and Erbil this year.  Simit Sarayı, which operates in 4 continents of the world, continues to open stores in new countries while growing in current markets. The company …

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The machine packs 250 cookies per minute


Confectionery manufacturers can now rely on a new machine series from Gerhard Schubert GmbH for simple, frequently sought-after packaging tasks. They automate a wide variety of standard packaging tasks at an attractively low investment cost. The Schubert lightline offers cost-effective and highly efficient solutions for elementary everyday packaging assignments. The compact lightline machine types cover the entire range of most …

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The Culinary Arts Academy teaches pastry to young chefs


Istanbul-based the Culinary Arts Academy (MSA) will hold workshop for young chefs aged between 14 and 17 to teach them culinary and tips in pastry. Youngsters will have 60 hours training in total as a part of “Young Chefs” program organized by MSA.  The Culinary Arts Academy, the professional culinary school, will open its doors to young chefs in this …

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Cargill Launches New Cocoa Powder For Baked Goods


Cargill has launched new Gerkens CT70 cocoa powder – the latest addition to its range of cocoa powders. New cocoa powder is specifically aimed at creating a chocolate experience in taste and smell in baked goods. The development and launch of Gerkens CT70 has been supported by research that proves the significant consumer preference of products prepared with Gerkens CT70 …

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Uno releases breakfast bread


Uno puts bread for breakfast for sale with a motto, “This bread is enough alone!” The first bread for breakfast of the country, Uno bread includes dried foods, grains, sunflower seeds, and nuts. It has rich content and nutritious. Apart from being delicious, the bread contains protein, fiber, vitamin, and mineral required daily for a person. The bread also includes …

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Ansgar Bornemann becomes new CEO of Nestle Turkey


Ansgar Bornemann that served as the CEO of Ukraine and Moldova of Switzerland-based Nestle since 2015 has been appointed as new CEO of Nestle Turkey on March 1, 2019. Ansgar Bornemann took over the helmet from Felix Allemann who was retired last February after serving four years at this post. Ansgar Bornemann joined Nestle in 2004 by becoming Marketing Manager …

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