Damate Group continues the gradual restoration and development of turkey and duck production projects in Rostov region. The First Deputy Governor of Rostov region Viktor Goncharov personally took part in the ceremony of first shipment of halal meat products abroad on November 23, 2021. The event was also attended by General Director of Damate Group Naum Babayev, General Director of the International Center for Standardization and Certification "Halal" at the Council of Muftis of Russia Aidar Gazizov.

Damate began exporting turkey products to East African countries. The first country to receive 27 tons of turkey meat was Mozambique.

Damate started supplying turkey products to Saudi Arabia, the buyers are the largest turkey meat processors. By the end of the year, the company exports more than 500 tons of products to the region.

The poultry complex Damate in Rostov region has reached full self-sufficiency in hatching turkey egg. This made it possible to reduce import dependency, as well as significantly reduce biological risks.

Damate has started construction of a turkey pedigree breeding unit in Russia worth 5.2 billion rubles. The project is being implemented in Tyumen region and will reduce the dependence of the turkey breeding industry on imported eggs.

Damate has started cooperation with the leading food service operator in the Middle East, Kuwait Food Company (Americana). The first batch of turkey meat products in the amount of 27 tons has already arrived at the buyer's warehouse; the next deliveries are planned in accordance with the schedule.

The export volume of Damate has exceeded 1 billion rubles since the beginning of this year. The positive dynamics is due to the expansion of the supplies geography and the development of the range of supplied products.

Damate has begun exporting turkey meat to the Caribbean, the first containers have been shipped to Haiti this week. Exports to a region where the United States has traditionally been the main turkey supplier is made possible by a highly competitive price-performance ratio.