Photo of the Week: Quality Control

June 03, 2011

An employee of Eswatini Kitchen in Manzini, Swaziland, conducts quality control in the company's production facility. TechnoServe helped Eswatini Kitchen, a producer of gourmet jams and other condiments, buy new machinery and streamline its operations.

An employee of Eswatini Kitchen in Manzini, Swaziland, conducts quality control in the company's production facility. TechnoServe helped Eswatini Kitchen, a producer of gourmet jams and other condiments, buy new machinery and streamline its operations. The improvements have allowed the company to fill orders more quickly and access new markets.

Learn more about TechnoServe's support of Eswatini Kitchen.

 

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