A supermarket in a Turkish city may not have the best selection, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find some of the best Turkish groceries.
It’s no secret that Turkey has a strong presence in European grocery stores, and the country has been a key export for the European giants.
The country has become a major exporter of meat, poultry, cheese, fruits, vegetables, fruits and nuts.
It also has a long tradition of importing and selling food products from other countries, such as France, Spain, Greece and Portugal.
These countries have a long history of supplying goods to Turkey, which is why the country was a leading exporter and supplier of food products in the European Union (EU).
Turkey is also the most important market for the US in terms of the number of grocery stores it owns.
“Turkey has become an important market, and has the ability to expand in many different areas, such.
dairy, meat, milk, dairy products, fruits.
And the food industry is very diversified and has grown in many ways.
Turkey is very important to the European food sector, but it’s a very small market, with only a handful of grocery store chains.
But Turkey’s food sector has grown from a few hundred stores in the 1990s to more than 200,000 outlets today,” said Vassil Kondapol, director of Turkish retail consultancy, Kondopol Retail.
“Turkey is the most popular destination for consumers in the EU for food products, so this is a very good market.”
Kondopodol noted that Turkish grocery chains like Saks, Boca, Serta and Kostas are well known in the market.
Turkey also has one of the highest number of supermarkets in the world, with 1.8 million outlets, according to the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations.
The Turkish grocery market also has strong connections to the US market, as Turkey has been importing a lot of food to the United States.
Kendopodoul said that Turkey’s grocery market has been growing by almost a third over the last three years, with the number increasing by about 30 percent per year.
“Turkish supermarkets are very important for the food sector.
Turkish supermarkets are the largest and most successful Turkish grocery chain in the country, and it is this huge market that is very crucial for the Turkish economy,” Kondope said.
In addition to Turkey’s large grocery store chain, Turkish grocery stores are also major distributors in the US.
According to Kondopa, the Turkish grocery industry is a big one, accounting for roughly two-thirds of total grocery retail sales in the United State, and two-fifths of all grocery sales in Europe.
“Turkey is a major export market for food, and this market is growing at an impressive rate,” Kostopol said.
“The Turkish market has a big potential for growth and is in high demand.
Turkey is the third-largest food importer in the global market, but its market share is growing rapidly.
Turkish grocery companies are diversifying their business model, and have been able to expand their operations into the US, Europe and Asia,” Kastopol added.
Kondopa said that the Turkish market will remain a key source of growth for Turkish grocery companies for a long time to come.
“The Turkish supermarket industry is still a small one and it’s possible that it will grow and become a big part of the Turkish supermarket market for years to come,” Kartopol concluded.