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Cherries control the 24% market of Turkey, and this is the reason why it’s considered as the sleeping giant when it comes to cherry production and harvesting. Comparison wise from 1995 where you could only find considerable amount of quality cherries, but after 10 years, amidst the primitive methods and techniques that Turkish were using in growing cherries, and the effects of Balkan war, it did make vast developments. The high export rate of quality cherries in Europe actually comes in Turkey and it’s because of the low cost, and it continuously influencing the whole Europe. Its magnitude does not change, and it still holds the number one spot as the highest producing cherry in the world.
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