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PREFACE: 

Human beings; although they live in a developed, rich, civilized and advanced technology country, ultimately their basic needs are the same.

NUTRITION, HOUSING AND LAW

Basically Country Policies: Based on science and modern technologies; It targets a developed country that can meet the healthy nutrition of the society, meet its needs in an adequate quantity and quality, protect its biodiversity and transform it into a social good, compete economically, ecologically and socially and compete in the international markets with the contribution of the increasing agricultural industry.

TARIMKON is an international non-governmental organization, rapidly growing every day, which acts in the field of agriculture, food and sub-industry related to these sectors by supply, demand, consultancy and joint consultation with project owners under a single roof; by completing the economic integration and economic cooperation in 81 provinces in Turkey, in 640 districts, established in 44 countries around the world and in 12 countries with sales and marketing offices.

TARIMKON has placed the mentality of ‘’FIRST MARKET THEN PRODUCE'’ instead of ‘’FIRST PRODUCE THEN MARKET’’.

TARIMKON is the only and the largest NGO who serves to its national and international members, sector representatives, businessmen, farmers of the world, producers, investors, other NGO's, cooperatives and local governments on importing, exporting, foreign investments, national and international agriculture, food, mechanization, technology and environment.

WHY AGRICULTURE AND FOOD?

Past experiences have once again revealed the strategic importance of agriculture. Currently, the rise in food prices is uneasy in the markets due to the similarity to the 2007-2008 crisis. This necessitates close follow-up of global markets.In the short term, measures should be taken against speculative movements which will take power from these price increases.

However, it is estimated that the world population will reach up to 9 billion by 2050 and food production should be increased by about 70% in order to satisfy this population.

In addition, the growing middle class in developing countries is increasing food expenditures. For these reasons, in the long term, the increase in demand for food products will be inevitable. The acceleration of the efforts to increase agricultural production and productivity is on the priority agenda of all countries in the world.

No world country can afford to give up agricultural activities that supply raw materials for food and food production. On the contrary, no matter how advanced, rich, civilized and advanced technology it has, the country has to invest in, support, encourage, find investors and seek new markets.