Georgia blueberry season delayed, Russia still main market

The blueberry season in Georgia is just around the corner. The harvest is slightly delayed due to the harsh spring and will start in a week.

Earlier, EastFruit discussed export prospects for the 2022 season with local producers. After the Russian invasion of Ukraine, blueberry growers have some concerns about the upcoming season, as Russia is the main buyer of Georgian blueberries. Producers are now confident that Russia will remain the main buyer this season as well.

Although recently the British Fresh Food Trade Association published an article about some of the biggest blueberry companies in Georgia.

According to local producers, 1 500-2 000 tonnes of blueberries will be harvested in Georgia this season.

Source: EastFruit

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