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Turkish companies hungry for European market | Money Talks

The world's biggest food show is taking place in Paris where more than 7,000 manufacturers are vying to get their goods picked-up by the world's top retailers. Turkish companies are among those that have turned-up in force, hoping to get a slice of the pie at this year's Global Food Marketplace. Oliver Whitfield-Miocic reports from SIAL Paris. #GlobalFoodMarketplace

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