"The strong like-for-like performance achieved in Turkey in the first half of the year and the expectation of continued buoyant trading enables raised guidance for full-year like-for-like growth rates in Turkey," it said in a statement.
It now expects like-for-like growth in Turkey, its biggest market, at 35-40% compared to 21-25% previously, while adjusted EBITDA (earnings before interest tax, depreciation and amortisation) is now likely to be slightly ahead of the market's current expectations.
The company's shares, which have risen 99% so far this year, jumped 6% to a two-year high.
Its first-half adjusted EBITDA rose 129.7% to 98 million Turkish lira ($11.83 million).
DP Eurasia said it saw unprecedented demand in Turkey, with like-for-like sales growing 65% in the first half.
"Our Turkish business continues to expand in record breaking fashion despite the challenging inflationary environment that we have been experiencing," DP Eurasia said.
Turkish inflation stood at 19.25% in August after a year-long rise.
The company's Russian business returned to profit in the first half with an adjusted EBITDA of 12.9 million Turkish lira compared with a loss of 3 million lira a year before.
DP Eurasia said the Russian business continues to show encouraging signs of improvement and added that both markets were operating without restrictions.
($1 = 8.2833 liras)
(Reporting by Anna Pruchnicka, editing by Louise Heavens)