Georgia's dairy delights

By Jonathan Wells

A National Geographic Georgia joint production with FAO and EBRD
 
Renowned as a biodiversity hotspot, Georgia boasts a wealth of traditional agrifood products not found elsewhere in the world – from Sulguni cheese and Tushetian Guda to churchkhela, a sweet made from grapes and walnuts, to name a few. These products have qualities that stem from their place of origin. It is these qualities that give the final products their distinctive taste, texture and appearance. These labels link people, places and products.
 
FAO and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) are supporting the development of origin-linked labels and geographical indications for unique Georgian agrifood products, helping to breathe new life into rural economies and keeping food traditions alive.
 
This video has been produced jointly with National Geographic Georgia.

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