Georgian students start producing beet chips
26 February, 2016
Georgian students start producing beet chips
Georgian students from Agrarian University want to produce beet chips and  Estonia is already interested in buying them. The students say they have recently produced apple chips as a test, which was followed with positive response after degustation and they think that beet chips will be no less popular. Shalva Mdzinarashvili is one of the authors of this interesting idea and he says that the degustation has already taken place.

‘Our main goal is to give the vegetables and fruits some
additional function so that they become more acceptable and useful for many people. We think our products will be acceptable for children as well as their parents. Fruit and vegetable chips are not only delicious but also very wholesome’, - Mdzinarashvili says.

The students plan to produce only 50-gram packages and say that the price will be affordable for anyone.

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