Brand history

Brand history

The history of TOMART, which is more than just a brand of vegetable paste, is comprised of a number of stories. The story began when five outstanding business people who had already written their own success stories and created different brands in their own lines of work were united for a unique synergy of five. 

For this reason, although TOMART was established in 2020, its foundations were laid much earlier in.

1975

Ali Uçar

'Gaziantepli Kardeşler Automotive and Authorized Ford Dealer’

1992

Aydın Erbay

'Lescon Sportswear’

1986

Süleyman Köşkeroğlu

'Köşkeroğlu Baklava, Restaurant’

1960

Halit Müslüman

'Vegetable Paste and Machinery Manufacturing’

2010

Alper Tunga Çiftçi

'Import, Export, Industrialist’

Beacuse;
Some hope, others wait, and few make it happen.
They made it happen!
The group of five which bears the responsibility stemming from their Gaziantep roots, a culinary capital, created the brand TOMART in 2019 to put the taste of “authentic pepper and tomato paste” on the map through industrial production. In fact, it was not a new investment opportunity that brought these five experienced business people together, but the excitement of making traditional tomato and pepper paste, which their mothers spread on their bread in their childhood, and making its incredible taste famous in the world. This was motivated by the fact that, the formula, as indicated by Master Halit Müslüman, reflects the taste that evokes their childhood memories. TOMART initiated production in the Kilis Organized Industrial Zone to bring the taste of the authentic “mothers’ recipe” tomato and pepper paste to the table with a production area of 12,000 thousand square meters space and state of the art machinery and equipment. It continues to perform its manufacturing operations without compromising the traditional taste, high standards of hygiene and quality. TOMART, which has diversified its portfolio with “ketchup, sauces and pepper flakes,” is moving forward on its journey by maintaining its traditional approach.