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AVRUPA TARIM
WALNUT ORCHARD

A HIGH STANDARD PLANTATION, MADE IN TURKEY

A Journey of 50,000 Trees

In 2015, we embarked on a journey by planting our first saplings, and today, we are filled with happiness and pride as we look back and see that we have grown 50,000 walnut trees. Unfortunately, despite being an integral part of our culture and heritage, the walnut, known as "Koz" in our native tongue, has long been an imported item in our country. The pride of cultivating such a product locally, combined with the excitement of starting with a small orchard, has evolved over time into a goal of producing world-class products.

Not only does making such an investment in our country inspire us, but it also gives us an extra motivation to contribute to ecological balance, especially as we increasingly feel the effects of climate change.

For Today and Future Generations Sustainable Agriculture

Growing, nurturing, and harvesting a tree yields results after years of dedication. For us, each tree planted today is a legacy left for future generations. Therefore, in agriculture, we constantly research what we can do in terms of sustainability and how we can produce healthier products.

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Export-Ready Production

We establish long-term sustainable partnerships for procurement, consultancy, and sales both domestically and internationally. Walnuts are not only highly demanded in our country but also in many countries worldwide. They are a product with high per capita consumption and intense international trade. We produce our products in compliance with internationally recognized certification regulations and in an environmentally friendly manner.

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Let's Introduce Ourselves with Our Brand Name:
WALNUT TRAKYA

We are a bit busy in October. We harvest our walnuts, process, dry, and package them in our own facilities within our orchard. You may have seen our walnuts (hopefully) under the brand name Walnut Trakya before, and if you haven't tasted them yet, you should order them right away...

A Journey of Excellence

At Walnut Trakya, our story is one of passion, dedication, and growth. Founded in 2015, our journey began with the simple desire to cultivate a small orchard, but it has since blossomed into a thriving enterprise that now boasts an impressive 50,000 walnut trees. As we reflect on our achievements, we take pride in the fact that each tree we nurture is not just a symbol of our success, but a legacy we leave for future generations.

Sustainability lies at the heart of everything we do. From the meticulous planning of our orchards to the careful selection of cultivation methods, we are committed to ensuring that our practices are environmentally responsible and socially conscious. By adhering to both national and international standards, including certifications such as GLOBAL GAP, SEDEX, ISO 9001, ISO 22000, and HACCP, we guarantee that every step of our production process is held to the highest quality.

Our dedication to sustainability extends beyond our orchards and into the broader community. Through long-term partnerships and collaborations, both domestically and internationally, we strive to promote sustainable agriculture practices and support the livelihoods of local farmers. We believe that by investing in our community, we can create a brighter future for all.

But perhaps what sets Walnut Trakya apart is not just our commitment to excellence, but our unwavering passion for our product. From the moment our walnuts are harvested to the final packaging process, every step is undertaken with the utmost care and attention to detail. It is this dedication to quality that has earned us recognition both at home and abroad, and it is what drives us to continually innovate and improve.

So, whether you're a discerning consumer looking for the finest walnuts or a business seeking a reliable partner in the industry, we invite you to experience the difference with Walnut Trakya. Join us on our journey of excellence, where every walnut tells a story of passion, quality, and sustainability.

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