MAGRITTO is a brand of Caucasus Organic Fruits Ltd. for premium quality dried fruits retail segment in Georgia.

Our raw material assortiment consists 100% of local Georgian fruits. The modern German processing and drying technologies allow us to preserve excellent taste and texture in our products.

We do not treat our fruits with any chemical substances or additives, therefore we provide high-quality, ecologically clean product.


The supply of the raw material for the process is provided only with local products. We are happy to contribute to the development of rural agricultural areas in Georgia through cooperation with cooperatives and farmers. We produce a healthy, original product which is suitable for kids and adults.

Only modern European equipment is involved in the process and German dryers give excellent results.


Our qualified technologists make sure we obtain good and tasty results. We perform continuous controls of raw material and ready product in our laboratory to meet all food safety standards.


  • Our products keeps the aroma, color, texture of the original fruits and vegetables.
  • Preserves most of enzymes, vitamins and mineral salts.


The company operates in accordance with the highest international standards regadring quality and traceability (company is ISO certfies by TÜV SÜD Management Service GmbH for its Food Safety System Certification (FSSC) 22000). Permanent controls and complete origin-tracking system are part of the quality philosophy for both BIO-certified and conventional products.

FSSC 22000



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The company's Food Safety Manager Archil Burjanadze told to the Business Morning that using renewable energy in the manufacturing process would make their business more cost-effective.

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