İzmir's Folk Bread Model Continues to Make People Smile

Izmir's Folk Bread Model Continues to Make People Smile
İzmir's Folk Bread Model Continues to Make People Smile

The People's Bread model, implemented by Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Tunç Soyer to deliver healthy and cheap bread to the public, continues to make people smile. Following the protocol signed in March with the Izmir Chamber of Bakers and Craftsmen, the Metropolitan Municipality, which doubled the production capacity of the People's Bread Factory, delivered 3 million breads to low-income people in 9 months. The Metropolitan Municipality has distributed 15 million breads since January. The number of bread sales kiosks increased from 62 to 71.

The "People's Bread" model, implemented by Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Tunç Soyer due to the deepening economic crisis, became a lifeline for low-income citizens and bakers. Signing a protocol with the Izmir Chamber of Bakers and Craftsmen on March 1, Izmir Metropolitan Municipality delivered 3 million breads to low-income people in 9 months and 15 million since January. İzmir Metropolitan Municipality increased the number of bread sales kiosks from 62 to 71. It is aimed to increase the number of buffets to 75 by the end of June.

Idle capacity production with Halk Ekmek kazanyelled

Izmir Metropolitan Municipality transferred the investment cost to the service with the protocol it signed with Izmir Chamber of Bakers and Craftsmen. An exemplary practice for Turkey is offered to bread producers struggling to survive against increasing costs and to low-income citizens with the rise in affordable bread supply. kazanhad provided. Bread factories, which started to produce quality and healthy bread with the same standard in line with the recipe of the Izmir Metropolitan Municipality, started to produce again their idle capacities. kazanhad gone. İzmir Metropolitan Municipality, which produces 135 thousand breads a day at the People's Bread Factory in Çiğli, doubled its supply capacity.

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