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Unilever was formed in 1930 by the merger of Dutch margarine producer Margarine Unie and English soap producer Lever Brothers. In its early years, the company produced margarine and soap and used palm oil in its production. Therefore, there were new initiatives in Africa and Latin America. After the second world war, the company now began to appear in the food and personal care sector. The company, which carries out the policy of purchasing brands, has turned into one of the giant companies of the world by incorporating brands such as Ax, Dove, Omo, Becel, Hellmann's, Knor, Lipton, Algida, Magnum, Rexona.

Unilever is now one of the world's largest companies, selling its products in nearly 200 countries; It has its own factories and headquarters in more than 20 countries around the world. The company owns more than 400 brands organized in four main categories: food, beverage, home care and beauty and personal care.

Unilever In Turkey

Unilever realized its first investment in Turkey in 1952. First of all, Sana factory was established in Bakırköy district of Istanbul. Currently, the company has 8 factories in Anatolia, Black Sea and Marmara regions and various food and care products are produced in these factories. Turkey is one of the most developed markets for Unilever in terms of production, export and sales capacity.

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