Ekmel Nuri Baydur

Ekmel Nuri Baydur

Marketing Director for Fruits, Vegetables and Meat of Migros Ticaret A.Ş.

Born in 1968 Ekmel Baydur graduated from Marmara University School Faculty of Management. Having started his professional business life in 1992 in the banking sector, Baydur then started working as the Marketing Director for Dry Food at Migros Ticaret A.Ş. Baydur has been working as the Marketing Director for Fruits, Vegetables and Meat at Migros Ticaret A.Ş. since 2002. Ekmel Baydur is also responsible for the management of Migros’ MIGET meat plants.
 

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Thursday 26/11/2020

From 13:00 To 14:00

11/26/2020 13:00 11/26/2020 14:00 Access to Food: Food Supply Chain During Times of Crisis

In Turkey, there is a total of 2,1 million farmers registered in the "Farmers Registry System" (ECS), with the average age of 55. According to the data by Turkish Statistical Institute (TSI), employment rate of age 65 and above in agriculture is 65,5 percent, meaning that is 65,5 percent of the employed elderly population in Turkey is working in agriculture. One of the most troubling issues emerging due to the coronavirus outbreak is potential problems that might occur in agricultural production and the food supply chain.

The outbreak has been a clear reminder on the measures that must be taken for agriculture. So what do we need to do to make the supply chain unbreakable?

* In collaboration with:

Food Arena Conference Stage, Hall 5

Food Arena Conference Stage, Hall 5

"Access to Food: Food Supply Chain During Times of Crisis"

Ekmel Nuri Baydur Mahmut Eskiyörük Semi Hakim
Time and date

Thursday 26/11/2020

From 13:00 To 14:00

11/26/2020 13:00 11/26/2020 14:00 Access to Food: Food Supply Chain During Times of Crisis

In Turkey, there is a total of 2,1 million farmers registered in the "Farmers Registry System" (ECS), with the average age of 55. According to the data by Turkish Statistical Institute (TSI), employment rate of age 65 and above in agriculture is 65,5 percent, meaning that is 65,5 percent of the employed elderly population in Turkey is working in agriculture. One of the most troubling issues emerging due to the coronavirus outbreak is potential problems that might occur in agricultural production and the food supply chain.

The outbreak has been a clear reminder on the measures that must be taken for agriculture. So what do we need to do to make the supply chain unbreakable?

* In collaboration with:

Food Arena Conference Stage, Hall 5
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Food Arena Conference Stage, Hall 5

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