Northeast

Relief camp inmates launch food products

Six food products manufactured by the inmates of Yumbimacha High School Relief Camp, Kakching was launched on Friday.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 19 Aug 2023, 12:31 am

(PHOTO: IFP)
(PHOTO: IFP)

A three-day training programme for inmates of Yumbimacha High School Relief Camp, Kakching was successfully completed with the formal launching of six food products manufactured by the inmates on Friday.

The skill training programme was organised by the District Skill Committee, Kakching in collaboration with ‘Meira Foods’ at Yumbimacha High School Relief Camp, Kakching.

Advertisement

The six food products were launched by deputy commissioner, Kakching Somorjit Salam under the brand name YM Food products which includes Umorok Achaar (King Chilli Pickle), Kabok, Lemon Pickle, Ready to Serve Lemon Juice, Katta Nimkin Salted and Sweet Nimkin.

The DC lauded the trainees and expressed his happiness on the successful completion of the training programme and launching of the food products.

He also extended his gratitude towards the Meira Foods for rendering a valuable service during this trying time. The coordinator of the training programme, Irom Abesana (MGNF, Kakching) also joined the formal lauching programme. Deputy commissioner further wished the trainees best of luck in their future endeavours.

Advertisement

The trainers from the Meira Foods, Naorem Tombisana and Hanjabam Sunanda also expressed their heartfelt delight on the successful completion of the training programme. Informing about how the Meira Foods Company started from just Rs 100, they advised the trainees to sell the products and expand their business under their own brand name.

They also offered the relief camp inmates to come for more advanced training for employment at the Meira Foods Unit which was located at Kuraopokpi Industrial Estate.

The training which started from July 16 was mainly focused on food processing and aims the participants to enhance their skills so as to sustain their livelihood.
 

Advertisement

First published:

Tags:

manipur crisisrelief camp inmatesym food productsmeira foods

IFP Bureau

IFP Bureau

IMPHAL, Manipur

Advertisement

Top Stories

Loading data...
Advertisement

IFP Exclusive

Loading data...