How Do They Make Incredible Natural juice From Apples That Everyone Loves So Much?
Situated in Northern Azerbaijan, Gabala is renowned for its rich, vibrant history, and the surrounding region is regarded as one of Azerbaijan’s most famous fruit growing areas. The Gabala region is famed for its fertile arable land, abundant crops and thriving fruit orchards, making it the perfect location for producing world-class products.
The majority of goods produced by Gabala Canning Factory are marketed under the ‘Jala’, ‘Natura’, ‘Zolotoy Sad’ and ‘Mia’ brands. The goods are sold on the domestic market and exported to various countries, including the United States, Greece, Germany, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Estonia, Latvia and Georgia. The company is now entering other international markets, where the products are retailed on a health basis.
The Gabala Canning Factory is situated on a 13ha site and is the most advanced cannery in the South Caucasus. The company produces around 100 varieties of products, with the Gabala facility having a processing capacity of approximately 70,000 tonnes of fruit per year, producing 210,000 tonnes of juice and nectar annually.
Gabala Canning Factory are proud to use locally sourced produce in its products, and places great importance on ensuring favourable terms for local producers. The company is dedicated to continuously maintaining and improving the quality of its products, and has developed a local agricultural programme to assist local farmers and producers.
The company has also established a domestic delivery and distribution network throughout Azerbaijan, ensuring an uninterrupted delivery programme for distributors and resellers. All products manufactured by Gabala Canning Factory have achieved recognised international quality certification.
ADVANCED PROCESSING TECHNIQUES
The production site boasts specialist production equipment, designed and manufactured in Italy and Switzerland. Due to the size of the facility, the product and subsequent popularity, a Tetra Pak line was installed in 2007.
Gabala Canning Factory
Site size: 12ha
Certificates: ISO 9001:2000, HACCP, ISO 14001:2004, Kosher and UKAS
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