The new Georgian Green Gold tea to be exported in January

The new Georgian Green Gold tea to be exported in January

access_time2019-11-15 14:31:37

Green Gold tea has already appeared on Georgian supermarket shelves. After three years of rehabilitation in the village of Nagomari in Ozurgeti, the  products produced by Laituri - Tea Export Company Ltd are already selling  at Goodwill, EuroProduct supermarket chains and restaurants. The company founder Tamuna Khabeishvili told "Commersant" that tourists show  great interest in the Georgian tea which gives more incentive in  terms of  exports.

 “Our tea is already sold in retail chains, in Goodwill, in Europroduct, in Badagi. It’s worth mentioning  that our tea is very popular among  tourists. Prices are acceptable and consumers like our tea  because it is  Georgian and remembers the old taste. Green Gold is a natural tea that doesn’t contain chemical impurities. We make it according to the old Chinese tradition but in a modern factory, ” Tamuna Khabeishvili says.

The plantation on the slope of the mountain in Nagomari village of Ozurgeti region is established on the area of  25 hectares. The tea factory employs 30 people. The tea  is sold in 50 and 100- gram packages in the retail network.

“We are going to expand our plantations in the near future and are set to launch exports. We sent samples to America, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic which showed  interest in our product and are going to send to Holland. We think that from January Georgian Green Gold tea will be sold on the foreign market, - the company founder notes.


The factory is located in the city of Ozurgeti, the total investment volume reaches  GEL 300 000. The factory design and manufacturing process is fully compliant  with HACCP and  ISO standards, the company is set  to obtain both certificates in 2020.


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