Swiss Chocolate Company Camille Bloch to produce nuts in Imereti, Georgia
19 September, 2017
Chocolate manufacturer Swiss company Camille Bloch plans to produce nuts in Imereti, a historical region of western Georgia, Imereti state trustee administration reports.

At this stage representatives of Camille Bloch are working to find proper area for the plantation in several municipalities of Imereti Region.

The Swiss company is interested in the development of nuts plantations in Georgia and they want to integrate new technologies in this filed.
The Vice-Governor of Imereti introduced the potential of the nuts in the
region of Imereti to the representatives of the Swiss company and talked about its quality and other features.
In particular, Ioseb Khakhaleishvili, Deputy State Representative-Governor in Imereti met with Daniel Bloch, owner of Swiss chocolate producer Camille Bloch. The meeting was also attended by the Senior Councilor of the Embassy of Georgia in Swiss Confederation Ilia Marjanidze.

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