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Georgian company Aromaproduct exported kiwis to Japan

Georgian company Aromaproduct exported kiwis to Japan according to the state agency Produce in Georgia. Exports were carried out with the support of this agency as well as the Georgian Embassy in Japan.

The group Aromproduct LTD and Georgia’s Natural has been operating since 1985. Since 1994, Aromaproduct underwent extensive restructuring and modernization to become an international distributor of high-quality natural fruit and vegetable products. The company produces natural juices as well as various canned fruits and vegetables.

Since 2006, Georgia’s Natural/Aromaproduct has begun to develop organic production by growing organic vegetables and fruits (or collecting wild-grown) and then processing for finished products. The company’s products are exported to several dozen countries around the world. Aromaproduct was one of 14 Georgian companies that recently took part in GulFood 2021, the international food, beverage and industry exhibition held in Dubai this February.

Read also: Georgian company to resume supplies of wild-grown organic asparagus in spring

The Produce in Georgia agency notes one of the issues to be discussed during the planned visit of the Japanese delegation to Georgia will be the issue of increasing the exports of Georgian products to this country.

The trade turnover between Japan and Georgia amounted to $255 million in 2018, it was $269.6 million in 2019, and $176 million in 2020. The share of Georgian exports in the total volume of trade turnover between the countries is small, but in 2018-2020 exports were growing at $11.4 million, $12.3 million and $16.8 million respectively.


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