Fruit is one of the most special miracles that nature offers us. We enjoy it, we taste our foods.
Having the biggest range of species than any other fruits, grapes are believed to have more than 15,000 different species. They are a rich source of vitamins and minerals and are a delicious addition towards a healthy diet.
Turkey is the world leader in cherry production and usually a top three exporter in the world. The main variety of cherries we export is the Ziraat 900 variety, also known as a Turkish Napoleon.Turkey has around 50 days of harvest, with the first cherries starting in the Kemalpasa–Izmir region and then following the Manisa, Salihli, Isparta, Afyon, and Pozantı regions.
Turkish pomegranate we export is a very special pomegranate, with a dark red color. It has two main categories, sweet and sour. In Turkey, there are approximately 90 types of pomegranate fruits. Among these varieties, about fruit taste, their names are sour, sour-sweet and sweet varieties. Also, in terms of seed, there are different types, such as soft-seed, intermediate and hard-seed.
Turkish lemon is one of the most exported food in export goods. Lemon has many varieties that have different tastes. Lemon in Turkey has many different varieties but the most popular varieties of Turkish lemon are as below:
Turkish Mandarin is a fruit grown in temperate climates from the genus Citrus. The mandarin is yellow-orange in color. The flesh of the fruit is juicy. Mandarins in comparison with oranges have a soft peel.
The main categories of Turkish mandarin are as below:
Turkish orange (Citrus Aurantium) is an evergreen fruit tree of the genus citrus dicotyledonous class, its spherical or egg-shaped fruit with a very pleasant smell.
The main categories of Turkish ORANGE are as below:
Turkish chestnuts are easy to peel and they have a long shelf life. Turkey exported chestnuts to 32 countries and Italy is our main customer.
Turkish quince is produced in huge amounts in Turkey. The total production is about 175 K tons annually. Turkey is the number one country in the cultivation of this delicious fruit.
Commercially cultivated grapes can usually be classified as either table or wine grapes, based on their intended method of consumption: eaten raw (table grapes) or used to make wine (wine grapes). Turkey is the fourth-largest grower of grapes in the world after France, Spain and Italy.