Avocados Will Become Cheaper By 10-15% In The Georgian Market - "Eximcrop"
The first logistics center for Kenyan avocados, managed by the Eximcrop company, was opened in the city of Gori.
Accoridng to Vakhtang Gogaladze, the co-founder of the company, imports can make the products cheaper in the local market. He noted it while visiting TV-Program "Business Morning".
"Kenyan avocados are of very high quality, as well as cheaper compared to other countries. Their cost is about 20% lower compared to Turkish ones, so it can be bought at a lower price, so we think avocados in the local market will become cheaper by 10-15%", - said the head of the company.
The main goal of the importing company is to replace imported avocados in the local market and then re-export the products to Central Asian countries.
Eximcrop's imported avocados are currently represented in the "Nikora" chain, although the company plans to enter other supermarkets gradually.