Turkish honey found buyers in 52 countries in 9 months of year

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Honey, which is among Türkiye's important production and export products, was preferred in 52 countries, especially in the United States, Israel, and Germany in 9 months of the year. In the third quarter of the year, honey was sold to Croatia, the People's Republic of China, Albania, Iceland, Sweden, Syria, Uzbekistan and Cameroon.

Turkish honey found buyers in 52 countries in 9 months of year

Türkiye, which ranks second after China in world honey production and 12th in exports, exported 7 thousand 137 tonnes of honey in the January-September period.

23 million 393 thousand 402 dollars was earned from the said export. The United States (US) ranked first in the country's exports with 9 million 925 thousand 259 dollars.

In the third quarter of the year, honey was sold to Croatia, the People's Republic of China, Albania, Iceland, Sweden, Syria, Uzbekistan and Cameroon.

2 million 339 thousand 571 dollars of Türkiye's honey exports were carried out by companies operating in the Eastern Black Sea region.

Experts said that the very dry spring and summer season of 2023 negatively affected the honey yield. For this reason, he stated that the honey yield remained low and exports did not reach the expected level.

In addition, the experts, stating that they hope to close the year with an export potential of around 35 million dollars, emphasized that honey, which is not reflected in foreign trade figures, but which is purchased by tourists coming to Türkiye and taken with them, has a positive contribution to exports.

With this experts highlighted that the tourism potential will increase honey exports in the coming days, and noted that the production of branded, quality, and packaged products is also important in exports.

Source: Anadolu Agency

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