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Tea to grow expensive in Georgia2010-11-17 18:44
In view of the coffee and tea prices global growth, these products may grow expensive in Georgia, Business-Georgia reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Chaymania Company, four months ago, suppliers raised the prices by three percent, while the company, taking the consumers' interests into account, is keeping the prices at the previous level. However, should suppliers raise the prices again, tea will inevitably grow in price in the Georgian market.
Chaymania offers both imported and home-made tea. The cost of the Georgian tea varies from 2.95 to 13.5 laris for 30 grams.
Georgia used to be the largest tea producer in the Soviet Union. Total area of the tea plantations exceeded two percent of the whole territory of the Georgian SSR. Presently, tea industry has practically died, the major volume of tea being imported from other countries.