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Dutch-Afghan Mido Dairy Factory opens in Kabul

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Dutch-Afghan Mido Dairy Factory opens in Kabul

 Dutch Ambassador to Afghanistan, Henk Jan Bakker, recently inaugurated the Dutch-Afghan Mido Dairy factory in Kabul.

The factory has the capacity to produce 40,000 liters of yogurt and is designed as per the Dutch standards of dairy production.

According to a statement from the officials, the factory can have significant impact on creation of employment for the youth in the rural areas. The factory can employ 100 workers when fully operational and can create approximately 200 jobs for retailers, distributors, suppliers and other business partners in Kabul region.

The owners want to set up a milk collection system in the upcoming three years for 500 to 700 farmers.



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