A charming ice cream haven, nestled in the heart of historic Yerevan, has been serving customers for years. Since its launch in 2017, Pink Berry has captivated people’s hearts with its vibrant branding and inventive flavour fusions, which have propelled the company to the forefront of the local market.
Armenia, a land rich in natural beauty and cultural heritage, inspires passionate tourism entrepreneurs to create unique experiences for tourists, and give a boost to rural communities.
A women-led winery in Western Georgia, run by two extraordinary sisters, Baia and Gvantsa Abuladze, makes a bold statement in Georgian and European markets.
“We are committed to addressing plastic recycling and reducing plastic pollution in the Kakheti region. For now, we reprocess around 30 tonnes of plastic waste monthly, aiming to increase this amount to 50 tonnes,” says Levan Iosebashvili, a young, 34-year-old entrepreneur and the head of LL Plast, a plastic packaging producer from Georgia’s Kakheti region.
Without Fire and Water. A Migrant from Donetsk Provides Ukrainians with Delicious and Healthy Food Even in the Trenches
There’s no shortage of work to do in the village of Orzhytsia, Poltava region. Local residents bring their freshly grown vegetables to the small factory of Green For You Food, where the company’s employees create three dozen kinds of dishes from local products: from jams and juices, to vegetable caviar and cabbage rolls with meat.