Ani Tarim Fresh Fruits

General Information

IndustryAgriculture and food processing

Organisation typeCompany

Company Address Serpil Köyu/Egirdir
32500, Isparta

Phone number0090 539 850 3032

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Contact Information

Contact Person Mr. Mehmet Cakmak

Phone0090 539 850 3032


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Project typeTrade intermediary (distributor, importer, agent, representative)

Project abstractThe company, established in 2010 in Turkey, is looking for Finnish trade intermediaries (e.g. retailers, importers) in order to expand their sales channels to the Nordics.

Project descriptionAni Tarim Fresh Fruits is a Turkish fresh fruit producer, packer and exporter. The company's main products include fresh cherries, pomegranates, figs, grapes, quinces and apples. In addition to its own crops, the company procures fruits from certified local growers, packs the products at the company's own packing and storing facilities, and exports them. The company's main market area is the EU.

The company's main distributor Kadi Frucht Service Gmbh is based in Germany. Through its German distributor, the company sources Landgard Service Gmbh, which delivers fresh products to major supermarkets in Germany. Ani Tarim Fresh Fruits also has an importer and wholesaler in France (Mavish Fruit and Vegetables Company).

The company's current market area includes France, Germany, Russia, Singapore, Malaysia and India. The company does not currently have partners in the Nordics, and they are looking for Finnish fresh produce service providers, e.g. large retailers, contract buyers, integrated importers or specialized importers. The company wishes to export fresh cherries, figs, table grapes, pomegranates and quinces.


Number of employees59

Annual turnover in €10 - 15 million

Annual balance sheet total0,5 - 1 million

Certifications, standardsBRC certificate, Global G.A.P., GRASP, SMETA 2020

Already engaged in international co-operationYes

Percentage of transnational activitiesOver 50%