Workers at the new fortified foods factory in Timor-Leste bag 3 kg bags of CSB, which will be distributed to malnourished mothers and children around the country. Copyright:WFP/Jose Marcal
Timor-Leste's first ever food processing plant is now turning out blended foods tailored to the nutritional needs of the poor Southeast Asian nation. The new plant, set up with crucial input from WFP, will cut the cost of distributing fortified foods, create jobs and provide a market for small farmers.
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