Our company started its activities with the production of halva and Turkish delight of Hacı Mustafa Tuncay in Osmaniye in 1945. Our company, which produced halva and Turkish delight until 1994, broke new ground in the sector on this date and started the production of soapy water and presented it to the market industrially.
With the customer-based production model, we have switched to company-specific production by producing BRX in line with the demands from the customers. Our company, which is open to development and new ideas, always uses all the possibilities to provide quality and the best service to its customers.
My company, which is aware of the responsibility it has undertaken with the support it receives from its customers.
With the pasteurization unit, which will eliminate the risk of deterioration of the soapwort water in its new production facilities, it has achieved the feature of not spoiling for 2 years. Thus, the problem of fermentation in the soapwort water and swelling of the packages have been eliminated and the problem in storage has come to an end.
As a company, instead of solving the problem by using chemical materials, we preserved the properties of the soapwort water and kept it natural with the pasteurization system. As Istanbul Tarım, it will continue on its way to provide the best and quality service to you, who are always open to development and new ideas.
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