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Kandahar's iodized salt factory inaugurated

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Kandahar's iodized salt factory inaugurated

iodized saltKandahar Governor Dr. Toryalai Weesa along with a number of businessmen and industrialists inaugurated Kandahar’s first-ever iodized factory.

Owned by 5 local businessmen, the factory is worth USD 160,000 and was completed in 10 months.

The factory produces three to four tons of iodized slat in an hour.

Afghanistan’s first iodized salt production factory was established in 2013 in Aibank city of Samangan province with an initial investment of USD 200,000 by a local businessman.



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