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Kutaisi, Georgia, is home to over 1 000 producers of culinary herbs, and for one day last month it was home to more than 60 industry players who met for an international conference to discuss investment opportunities in the culinary herbs value chain.
Georgia has the ideal climate to produce a great variety of herbs – including dill, mint and parsley – as well as a long-standing growing tradition. Until now, the country’s exports of fresh herbs have been focused on the Russian market, but Georgia has a great opportunity to expand into the global market.
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