Turkish Brands We Think Foreign

turkish brands we think foreign
turkish brands we think foreign

1. PASTAVILLA PASTA

Pastavilla, although it is thought to be an Italian brand by name, is unique Turkish pasta. Founded in 1928. At that time, he was named Pastavilla at 1992 when he was called Kartal Pasta, and he has come to this day.

2. ENGLISH HOME

The reason why it takes the name English home, which belongs to Turgut Aydın Holding, is to aim to reflect the English style house style.

3. MADAME COCO

İlhan Tanacı, the founder, is the former owner of English Home. İlhan Tanacı created the English Home brand to reflect the same British home style and named it Madame Coco to give it a French-style feel.

4. L'ERA FRESCA

It is owned by Ahmet and Zafer Toksöz.

5. CAFE CROWN

Café Crown, which is a coffee chains and water soluble coffee brand, is actually a brand that Ülker has issued.

6. LC WAIKIKI

1997, which takes its name from the Waikiki beach in Hawaii and Les Copains, which means “friends alınarak in French, was taken from the French and became a Turkish brand.

7. GRATİS

Gratis, which means bedava free Latince in Latin, is an initiative of Demir Sabancı, who goes into personal care retailing.

8. NH-Me-T

Yusuf, Mahmut and Tuncer brothers, the first syllables of a satellite receiver brand.

9. GRADER

Although it is seen as a world-famous foreign brand at first glance, the grader is actually a Turkish brand that originated from Iskilip district of Çorum.

10. RO

Even though it went bankrupt, the clothing brand Rodi's opening is exactly as follows: Ramazanoğulları Dikimevi.

COLLEZIONE, CASPER, KINETIC, KOTON, LTB (LITTLE BIG), LESCON,, MUSLIM WALK, DYO, MADO, LAZZONI, LOFT, RAMSEY, SARELLE, TEKZEN, COLIN'S, BLUE, ESSE, LAZZONI, LITTLE BIG, etc. brands like… ..

foreign known but produced by Turkish companies.

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