Photo of the Week: A Sweet Future in Swaziland

January 13, 2012

An employee of Eswatini Kitchen in Manzini, Swaziland, bottles honey in the company's production facility. TechnoServe helped Eswatini Kitchen, a producer of gourmet jams and other condiments, streamline its operations and expand into honey production.

An employee of Eswatini Kitchen in Manzini, Swaziland, bottles honey in the company's production facility. TechnoServe helped Eswatini Kitchen, a producer of gourmet jams and other condiments, streamline its operations and expand into honey production. The honey business is creating new opportunities for hundreds of rural beekeepers.

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