In 2011, Gemuani began production at a modern, high-tech kiwi plantation located in Mengrelia, which is considered the most "delicious" region of Georgia.

The kiwi plantation of the “GEMUANI” company has become one of the favorite places for tourists. Visitors come from far and wide to take in the beauty of our plantation, but our success goes beyond aesthetics. And after receiving a GLOBAL G.A.P. Product Certificate in 2015 within the framework of the Program USAID –REAP, it has become one of the model plantations in Georgia, which is now known for producing the sweetest and most colorful Hayward kiwifruit in the area. There is a popular belief, that the Georgian kiwi is one of the sweetest kiwis in the world. The content of sugar reaches 15 units (for comparison: an average index for kiwi is 10-11 units). Kiwi sort HAWARD has taken root in Georgia and is considered not only the sweetest, but also has one of the most saturated colors of pulp.

"GEMUANI" company is very scrupulous about work safety regulations and labor hygiene on the plantation, especially during the harvest. We understand that the quality of our product depends directly on the competence and skills of the staff, their awareness and execution of the set rules. Well-developed infrastructure, documentation of all production processes, qualified, friendly and united staff – all these facilitate the process of monitoring and identification of the problem areas. As a reward, we get delicious, sweet and emerald green kiwi! Without nitrates and pesticides!

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Why a kiwi plantation?

A kiwi is not only tasty but also healthy. Daily consumption of kiwi can prevent many health problems and help you stay young for a long time.

It is proved that kiwi can be attributed to products that reduce the risk of cancer and cardiovascular diseases (hypertension, coronary artery disease, etc.).

The kiwi fruit ripens in the fall. Its berry contains proteins, fats, complex carbohydrates, unsaturated fatty acids, dietary fiber, as well as special enzymes and organic acids. Kiwi is rich in a wide range of minerals - salts of iron, calcium, potassium, sodium, sodium, magnesium, phosphorus, sulfur, boron, iodine, fluorine, copper, etc. Kiwis also contain vitamins (A, B1, B2, B6, B9, PP), but the greatest concentration of vitamin C (75 mg per 100 grams of product, twice as much as in any other citrus fruit).