Turkish Poultry Promotion Group was in ANUGA which is the biggest food fair in the world.


The fair "Anuga 2011” was held within the scope of Turkish national participation by Istanbul Chamber of Commerce. It was in Cologne/Germany from 8 September 2011 to 12 September 2011.Anuga 2011 was attended by 6,596 companies from 100 countries. Over 155,000 trade visitors from 180 countries attended Anuga 2011. The stand of Turkish Poultry Promotion Group took place in Pavillion C Hall 11.3, Koelnmesse Fair Center.

Mehmet Aytekin who is the member of the group, Hasan Parilti who is the Deputy Secretary General of Istanbul Exporters' Association, Volkan Kekevi who is the personel of Istanbul Exporters' Association represented Turkish Poultry Promotion Group. A successful performance was performed in this fair.

Bilateral discussions was favourable, Foreign firms had positive approach towards Turkish products. It has been realized that Turkish products became a "brand” for middle east and gulf countries. Related to the demands taken from especially middle east and africa markets and partially the far east market, the detailed information about foreign firms was shared with the sector.Within the scope of this fair, it was concluded that firms that have been contacted will be invited to our country as a part of VIP procurement committee organization. This event will be beneficial for the sector.

Mustafa Kemal Basa, who is Turkey's consul general to Cologne; Ergüç Ülker and Yigit Gökalp Özmert from Ministry of Economy visited our stand. They have been informed about our group and they wished good luck to our promotion group.

Ahmet Sagun, the chairman of Istanbul Fishery Products Exporters' Association, and Zekeriya Mete, the chairman of Istanbul Cereals Pulses Oil Seeds and Products Exporters' Association, and the leading representatives of different sectors also visited our stand.

Letter of thanks were presented to Turkish Poultry Promotion Group by Istanbul Chamber of Commerce because of participation in this fair and giving supports to the sector.