2022 Has Been Announced as the Year of Fisheries and Aquaculture!
The year 2022 was declared as the International Year of Fisheries and Fisheries (IYAFA 2022) at the United Nations General Assembly, due to the contribution of millions of people to work, healthy food and the fight against hunger. Global awareness of the importance of millions of small-scale fishermen, fish farmers and fisheries workers, who, under the leadership of FAO, provide healthy and nutritious food to billions of people and contribute to the achievement of "Zero Hunger" and their role in food security and nutrition, sustainable natural resource use and supporting small-scale fisheries. emphasis will be placed on increasing.
In this context; Turkey's first integrated aquaculture facility became the pioneer of modern and integrated production and with its approach that does not compromise on quality from hatchery to table, it is now located in Çeşme Ildırı with an annual capacity of 12,000 tons of sea bass and sea bream and 60 million juvenile fish. Operating in its field facility, Çamlı Feed and Livestock will continue to bring the Pınar Balık brand, which it introduced to the market in the category of fresh fish products, to consumers.