Khachapuri index kept declining in March with the average cost of cooking one standard Imeretian Khachapuri reaching 3.15 GEL. This is 7% lower month-on-month (compared to February 2015), and 3.1% lower year-on-year (compared to March 2014).
Kh-Index lost height in all Georgian cities. Despite experiencing the largest drop of the Index (of 8.6%), at 3.20 GEL, Georgia's main seaside resort Batumi remains the most expensive city for khachapuri lovers. The Index dropped to 3.15 GEL in Tbilisi and to 3.02 GEL in Telavi, losing 4.8 % and 6.9%, respectively. Kutaisi is the cheapest city at 2.86 GEL (down by 7.7%). The price difference between the most expensive (Batumi) and the cheapest (Kutaisi) cities reached 0.34 GEL.