Turkish Organic Tea Required in the World Market

Turkish Organic Tea Required in the World Market


Turkey's largest state-owned tea production, processing, and trading company, CAYKUR, continues to expand its international market, says its CEO Imdat Sytlyollu.

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Turkey's largest state-owned tea production, processing, and trading company, CAYKUR, continues to expand its international market.

The CEO of ÇAYKUR, Imdat Sytlyollu (İmdat Sütlüoğlu) said that ÇAYKUR is present in 80 countries worldwide and the number of emerging markets is increasing every year.

CAYKUR participated in the International Food Fair (SIAL), which took place in Paris, France between October 16-20, 2016, and the company continues to make significant strides on the road to becoming a global brand, the statement said. issued by the company director’s office.

Participating in fairs has also increased ÇAYKUR's popularity in the market. At fairs we promote many of our products, Sytlyollu reports.

“In the world market, our brand continues to grow rapidly. In addition to black tea we also offer green tea, herbal and fruit mixed teas, and cold tea, which you find on the market under the brand "Didi", explains Sytlyollu.

Turkish tea has a particular advantage, as it is an organic product, - says Sytlyollu - and adds that during the (agricultural) cultivation of Turkish tea no chemicals are used, nor are editors used in its processing.

Thanks to the unique and very favorable climate of the Black Sea Region for tea production, Turkish tea is the only tea in the world on whose leaves it snows, stresses the Director-General of ÇAYKUR. 

“Our company ( ÇAYKUR ) is working to transform all the ponds used for tea production into a future of organic farming. The objective is to make our world-wide market place with our organic tea. As you know in particular in Europe there is a particular interest in organic produce. Our products are appealing to the European consumer, as they are organic and no extras are used during their production and processing, ”said ÇAYKUR Director Imdat Sytlyollu.

"In 2017 in Turkey and around the world we will open a tea called" Cayla ", where along with about 60 different types of tea will be served dishes that accompany the tea, Sytlyollu announced.


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