Turkey election: Tasting voters' mood in chocolate factory
Turkey has grown from financial crisis in 2001 to the 17th largest economy in the world, something the governing AK Party is highlighting to secure votes its general election next month.
In the run-up, the BBC's correspondent Mark Lowen is travelling across the country testing the mood of voters.
The second leg of his journey found Mark in Konya, a conservative city in central Turkey.
Konya's biggest business is food production company Konya Seker - now one of Turkey's most profitable businesses.
27 May 2015