Georgia Replenished Its Reserves of 8,000 Tons of Wheat
Georgia has replenished its reserves of 8,000 tons of wheat.
Two ships with 5,000 and 3,000 tons were unloaded at the Poti grain terminal today.
As the business partner was informed by the Association of Wheat and Flour Producers, the supplies were replenished under the state program.
It should be noted that 27,000 tons of American food wheat will be imported to Georgia from the United States in the near future.
According to the Georgian Wheat and Flour Producers Association, local wheat harvest will start in Georgia in June.
"Today in Georgia there is a sufficient supply of wheat and flour and a stable price, and in parallel with the consumption of products, the supply is carried out smoothly," - explained the association.