NİKSAR AYVAZ WATER
Niksar Ayvaz Water is natural spring water. The spring is located in the town of Niksar in Turkey. Ayvaz village is a mineral spa resort.
Ayvaz Water has been produced and marketed in glass bottles for over 30 years. PET bottles were introduced in 1984 due to hygiene requirements made by the municipality. The water has a 6,7 PH and 0,5 hardness degree. Since it is a 5th magnitude spring (1,4 Lt/s), its demand is currently higher than its supply.
Evliya Çelebi mentioned Ayvaz water in the ancient Turkish Seyahatname travel book: “ Outside of South-east of country, there is a spring that has small and nice building remote from country. Its water is rather useful. It is good and delicious life water. Since it is a remedy for many diseases, thousand of families visit and drink its water, take a bath to cure from every country in July and then return their country. It is a famous and nice spring. "
Thanks to its climate and geography, Turkey is one of the world’s leading producers of fresh fruits and vegetables, ranking third globally in total tomato production. Tomatoes account for approximately 38 percent of all vegetable production in Turkey. Approximately 30 percent of Turkish tomato production is processed into products such as tomato paste, tomato juice, ketchup, tomato puree, and chopped tomatoes. Tomato paste is the leading export among Turkey’s processed fruit and vegetable sector.
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