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Turkish hazelnuts found buyers in 124 countries in the first half of the year

Updated Jul 7, 2022
Turkey sold hazelnuts to 124 countries, especially Germany, in the first half of the year. According to the information compiled by the AA correspondent from the data of the Eastern Black Sea Exporters' Association (DKİB), 149 thousand 701 tons of hazelnuts were exported in January-June 2022, and an income of 835 million 97 thousand 371 dollars was obtained. Turkey sold hazelnuts to 124 countries in the first half of the year. Germany, Italy and France were the countries with the highest exports.
In this period, hazelnuts were exported to Germany with 212 million 641 thousand 734, to Italy 156 million 653 thousand 335 and to France 50 million 704 thousand 253 dollars. Different from the first half of last year, hazelnuts were sold to Venezuela, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Ivory Coast and Mauritania. "30 percent of the country's hazelnut exports come from Trabzon" 30 percent of Turkey's total hazelnut exports in the January-June period were carried out from Trabzon. In the first half of the year, companies in the city made a profit of 250 million 658 thousand 937 dollars from 51 thousand 536 tons of hazelnut exports to 56 countries. "We are hopeful that our hazelnut exports will end the year with an increase" DKİB Hazelnut and Products Sector Committee Chairman Mehmet Cirav told Anadolu Agency (AA) that hazelnut exports in the 6-month period of the year exceeded 835 million dollars. Expressing that they have high expectations from hazelnut exports, Cirav said, "We are hopeful that ...
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