Azerbaijani company eyes to increase rosemary production
Baku, Azerbaijan, Oct. 14
By Matanat Nasibova – Trend:
Azerbaijan’s company Dadli Nakhchivan Mahsullari producing and selling dried fruits, which is located in Azerbaijan’s Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, plans to increase the production of rosemary in order to increase export deliveries of this type of organic product, founder of the company Emin Tarverdiyev told Trend.
The businessman said that the company plans to export rosemary next year.
“Products will be exported in packages of 20, 50 and 100 grams each,” Tarverdiyev noted. “The company can export up to 5,000 packages of rosemary in the mentioned period. The primary export volumes are small, but they will increase in accordance with market demand. The products are mainly intended for export to Russia.”
The founder said that in addition to the Russian market, the company will study the needs for these products in several other CIS markets.
“Our products are organic, they are of high quality and are sold at affordable prices,” Tarverdiyev noted.