The FINANCIAL -- The Khachapuri Index has declined in February, with the average cost of cooking one standard Imeretian khachapuri reaching 3.66 GEL. This is 0.2% lower month-on-month (compared to January 2017), and 6.2% higher year-on-year (compared to February 2016).

The FINANCIAL -- Any weather will seem to be perfect for a hot cup of tea for genuine tea-lovers. And yet, before this Winter officially lets mighty March kick in, it seems timely to discuss the Tea business in Georgia. Whether you drink your tea in a tea-house, restaurant, café or make your own brew at home, there are found plenty of interesting infusions out there to satisfy many diverse taste-needs in Georgia.

The FINANCIAL -- The average cost of cooking one standard Imeretian khachapuri in February 2017 is 3.66 GEL, which is 0.2% lower month-on-month (compared to the previous month), and 6.2% higher year-on-year (that is, compared to the same month of last year).

The FINANCIAL -- Visiting foreigners and locals alike would not dispute thatGeorgian fruits and vegetables are naturally delicious. Many visitors, in fact, after having tasted Georgian tomatoes in season, refer to them as fruits rather than vegetables,owing totheirexplicit and delightful flavor. The country indeed has land soils with high agricultural potential. In the Industry Insights of this issue Experto would like to focus on what happens to abundant Georgian produce after harvesting,which, for one reason or another, ends up beingprocessed for later consumption. 

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