Country: Georgia

GCCF partnered with Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture (CNFA) to support the USAID Agriculture Program in selecting appropriate cold chain technologies for a given product, enterprise, and operating environment. Generator-operated or solar mobile pre-coolers, which bring the cold chain to the harvest site, can dramatically reduce post-harvest losses and improve quality and are particularly valuable in the context of Georgia’s mountainous terrain and its fragmented production parcels. GCCF supported a market study, investment awareness seminars, and association development, which is critical for sustainability.

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Photo of workers packing blueberries at a refrigerated facility in the Republic of Georgia.

Implementing Partners

Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture (CNFA)
Date Range

2018 - 2023

Project Type

Assessment, Association Development




Global Cold Chain Foundation