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The late Ali Şakir Tatveren, the founder of the company, brought the unique flavor of chestnut sugar, known as the taste of Mediterranean and European countries, to Bursa for the first time in Bursa.

Ali Şakir Tatveren was born in the monastery of Yugoslavia, where he learned about the confectionery and pastry business with his father. Tatveren, who opened his first shop on Atatürk Street in Bursa, established the throne in the hearts of the people of Bursa with the support of his wife and his products. Upon the death of Ali Şakir Tatveren in 1957, his wife Nedret Tatveren and his children Alparslan, Atilla and Yüksel Tatveren were appointed to the management of the company.

Atilla and Yüksel Tatveren, who took over from their father Ali Şakir Tatveren, have made significant leaps in chestnut sugar and other products for many years. In this process, Karyoka (chocolate covered chestnut candies) production is performed for the first time by Yüksel Tatveren.
The Caucasus, which has become a sought-after name in pastry and confectionery making, renews its technological infrastructure to meet the increasing demand towards the 1970s. Increasing the variety of chestnut sugar in the 1980s, gives dealership outside of Bursa. In 1995, the company's structure was transformed into A.Ş.

The Caucasus becomes a well-known brand in the production of chestnut sugar thanks to the diligence in the family's small confectionery business and the quality products it produces. By conveying the secret of flavor from generation to generation in the family, a new interpretation is brought to chestnut sugar. The production made by traditional methods turns into production on an industrial scale.
Kafkas achieves the trust of its customers with the compliance of hygiene and quality standards of its products produced in its modern facilities.

Kafkas continues its production in its modern facilities with 6500 m² closed and 12.500 m² open area in accordance with ISO 9001/2000 and ISO 22000 standards.

The late Ali Şakir Tatveren, the founder of the company, brought the unique flavor of chestnut sugar, known as the taste of Mediterranean and European countries, to Bursa for the first time in Bursa.

Ali Şakir Tatveren was born in the monastery of Yugoslavia, where he learned about the confectionery and pastry business with his father. Tatveren, who opened his first shop on Atatürk Street in Bursa, established the throne in the hearts of the people of Bursa with the support of his wife and his products. Upon the death of Ali Şakir Tatveren in 1957, his wife Nedret Tatveren and his children Alparslan, Atilla and Yüksel Tatveren were appointed to the management of the company.

Atilla and Yüksel Tatveren, who took over from their father Ali Şakir Tatveren, have made significant leaps in chestnut sugar and other products for many years. In this process, Karyoka (chocolate covered chestnut candies) production is performed for the first time by Yüksel Tatveren.
The Caucasus, which has become a sought-after name in pastry and confectionery making, renews its technological infrastructure to meet the increasing demand towards the 1970s. Increasing the variety of chestnut sugar in the 1980s, gives dealership outside of Bursa. In 1995, the company’s structure was transformed into A.Ş.

The Caucasus becomes a well-known brand in the production of chestnut sugar thanks to the diligence in the family’s small confectionery business and the quality products it produces. By conveying the secret of flavor from generation to generation in the family, a new interpretation is brought to chestnut sugar. The production made by traditional methods turns into production on an industrial scale.
Kafkas achieves the trust of its customers with the compliance of hygiene and quality standards of its products produced in its modern facilities.

Kafkas continues its production in its modern facilities with 6500 m² closed and 12.500 m² open area in accordance with ISO 9001/2000 and ISO 22000 standards.