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The Interfresh Fair has grown by 200 percent

The Turkish fresh fruit and vegetable sector will be showcased at the Interfresh Eurasia Fair in Izmir, where more than 50 purchasing delegations from Europe's major chain stores and over 50 countries will participate.

Haber Giriş Tarihi: 22.04.2024 15:00
Haber Güncellenme Tarihi: 22.04.2024 15:00
Kaynak: İHA
The Interfresh Fair has grown by 200 percent

The Turkish fresh fruit and vegetable sector will be showcased at the Interfresh Eurasia Fair in Izmir, which is considered Europe's most important event for chain supermarkets and will host purchasing delegations from over 50 countries. The fair, which started seven years ago in Antalya as Turkey's only Vegetable and Fruit, Storage, Packaging, Logistics, Agricultural Machinery, and Technologies Fair, will open its doors to visitors from September 26th to 28th in Izmir. Despite a two-year hiatus during the pandemic, the fair has continued its efforts and expanded between 2022 and 2023, according to Murat Özer, the General Coordinator of Antexpo Fuarcılık.

Özer stated that even though the fair's opening is still six months away, they have already surpassed last year's number of participants, with 80% of the fairground already sold out. He emphasized that this success indicates Turkey's success in its export project. Last year's fair hosted buyers from 44 different countries, demonstrating the success of the event and the sector's confidence in it. Özer also highlighted the participation of Europe's largest supermarket chains, with 13 representatives expected to attend this year's fair.

Furthermore, Özer mentioned that Interfresh Eurasia has become increasingly recognized over the past seven years and is striving to become a global brand in its sector. He noted that the fair is now included in the visit schedules of foreign buyers and has become an important event in the global fair calendar. Özer emphasized that Interfresh Eurasia has evolved from a regional fair to an international one, with its significance no longer tied to the city where it is held.

In terms of exports, Turkey's fresh fruit, fruit and vegetable products, and dried fruit sectors saw a 16% increase in exports in the first quarter of 2024 compared to the previous year, reaching $2.169 billion. Over the past year, exports in these sectors have increased by 9%, reaching $7.804 billion. Over the past seven years, Turkey has managed to increase its exports in these sectors by 70%, with Interfresh Eurasia playing a significant role in this success.

Kaynak: İHA

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