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Istanbul Cereals Pulses Oil Seeds and Products Exporters' Association Participated To Alimentaria Mexico 2012, Heartbeat of The Mexican Food Industry

 

 

 

 

 

Istanbul Cereals Pulses Oil Seeds and Products Exporters' Association has participated to Alimentaria Mexico 2012 which was held between June 5-7 with an info stand aiming not only to introduce the Mexican market to its members but also to develop the commercial ties between the two countries.

The info stand in which our member companies products and promotional materials are exhibited received a great interest from visitors. Various Mexican distributors and several supermarket chains held important meetings with Turkish companies and greatly interested in broad range of products such as confectionary, chocolate, chewing gum, waffers and many others.

During the fair Mr. Zekeriya METE the chairman of the board, Mr. Hidayet KADIROGLU the vice chairman, from IIB staff Mr. Engin Can CEBECI and Mrs. Zehra Damla ALAMAN have represented Istanbul Cereals Pulses Oil Seeds and Products Exporters' Association.

Turkish Commercial Councellor in Mexico City Mr. Yavuz DEGIRMENCIOGLU has visited Istanbul Cereals Pulses Oil Seeds and Products Exporters' Association's info stand stating that these participations to essential organizations such as Alimentaria Mexico will obviously benefit Turkish exporters operating in this sector as it offers them the opportunity to introduce the Turkish Food and Beverage.

Being one of the most important and biggest economies in Latin America due to its import volume reaching 20 billion US $ and to its 115 million population, Mexico has proved its potential that offers our member exporter companies not only to take part in regional markets but also to strengthen their position for which had already taken part in the markets in question.

Istanbul Cereals Pulses Oil Seeds and Products Exporters' Association was founded in 1940 and has more than 1.000 members. It represents companies which produce and export chocolate, confectionery products, biscuits, bakery products, pastry, vegetable oils, oil seeds, cereals, pulses, soy bean, peanuts, flour, starch, semolina, yeast, spices, coffee, cacao and cacao powder, waffle, ice cream etc.

Sugar and chocolate confectionery sector is one of the most dynamic one in Turkey due to several factors, such as rapidly growing and young population with its growing demand for chocolate with toys, developing distribution channels, manufacturers' stiff advertisements, new product developments and increasing multinational investments. The sector has become one of the most important subsectors of the food industry using modern technology. It has the most advanced technology in the Middle East, Balkans, North Africa, Baltics and Central Asia and is capable of serving quality and diversified products with logical prices. Turkish exporters are highly equipped to meet international standards and consumer preferences. As a result, Turkey's chocolate and confectionery industry is integrated with the world economy.

 

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