After a year of active preparation, Luca Polare has started producing bio ice cream, all the ingredients of which are certified by international bio certification.
“In Georgia, there was no precedent for bio ice cream. Since we at Luca Polare continuously aim to develop our products, we decided to focus on the bio niche next,” Ani Tsitskishvili, head of public relations and marketing, tells GEORGIA TODAY. “We started by looking for partners who could obtain an international organic certificate, and then we started the testing process. We ended up with truly the most delicious ice cream, and named it Shtoshi bio ice cream.”
50,000 GEL was invested for the production of bio ice cream.
Luca Polare is a cafe-ice cream chain that offers customers up to 80 types of ice cream and exclusive coffee. The brand has been operating in the Georgian market for 14 years and is currently represented in five cities across Georgia, with 16 branches in Tbilisi, 4 in Batumi, 1 in Kobuleti, 1 in Rustavi and 1 in Kutaisi.