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"Georgian olive" is already on sale

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"Georgian olive" is already on sale and it is possible to purchase it from today on the Carrefour network.

The olive enterprise is located in the village Sakobo, Sighnaghi region, which was opened by Dutch-Turkish investments and the produced products have been already launche in the retail network.

The project, the total investment value of which is 5 million GEL, was carried out by  the businessman Giorgi Svanidze.

According to Giorgi Svanidze, "Georgian olive" is represented in the network with 250 grams, 500 grams and 1 kg of packaging.

According to the businessman, negotiations with “Agrohub”are also underway. As for exports, Giorgi Svanidze explains that negotiations have already begun. In the first phase, the enterprise has reprocessed 30 tons of olive.

The olive enterprise is equipped with ultra modern technologies that enable the production of high quality competitive Georgian products.

It is planned to start producing the oil of grape pips, pomegranate and peach in the future

The production performance of the plant creates the possibility of producing several hundred tons of marinated olives and the highest quality olive oil of extra virgin per season. The products produced here are intended both for local market and for export. The companies nearest goal is to export products to Transcaucasian countries, America, Europe and the space of Commonwealth of Independent States.

Caring for the revival of the Georgian olive culture was began with the support of Patriarch and Georgian Diaspora seven years ago.The companies “Georgian Olive "and" Geo Olivi " carried out several million investments in this unique project, resulting in 300 hectares of olive plantation (250 thousand olive plants). The business group, headed by Giorgi Svanidze, has already invested in the field of real estate, construction, agriculture and tourism in the country. The amount paid to the state budget by the group is 18 million GEL. The group has employed 800 people.