Tomato Paste & Tomato Products
Ketchup & Mayonnaise
Jams & Marmalades
Ready to Eat Foods
Tamek, which has been bringing its consumers together with high-quality and delicious products since 1955 is presenting its entire product line on May 8-10, at Food West Africa in Nigeria. In Africa, Tamek already exports its products to North Africa (mainly to Libya) and to Guinea, Djibouti, Ghana, Sierra Leone and Gabon.
Tamek, which produces food products and fruit juice from the purest and natural state of fruits and vegetables, continues its export spurt with Africa. To this end, Tamek will participate in Food West Africa, which will be held in Nigeria on May 8-10, and will present its flavored beverages that experience high demand in the region.
Bringing fruit beverage products alongside flavored beverages to consumers of the region thanks to Food West Africa, Tamek aspires to improve trade relations especially with Nigeria, Senegal, Gambia, Guinea Bissau, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Togo, Benin, Burkina Faso, Niger, Chad, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Congo and the Central African Republic.
Tamek, which has been bringing its consumers together with high-quality and delicious products since 1955 is also in the Middle East among the popular brands. Actively exporting its products to 11 countries in the regon including Iraq, Qatar and Libya, Tamek has increased its exports to the Middle East by 30 percent in 2017 compared to the previous year. The expected export growth for 2018 is above 20 percent.
Tamek, which has been bringing its consumers together with high-quality and delicious products since 1955 will carry on its growth in the Far East in 2018. Tamek is already exporting its products to Australia, Singapore, New Zealand, Malaysia and Cambodia, as well as China. Having introduced its new products to the market on April 24-27, at Food and Hotel Asia 2018 in Singapore, Tamek has increased its exports to the Far East by 18 percent in 2017 compared to the previous year. For 2018, it is expected that the exports to the Far East will grow by 30 percent.