Economy / Trade
Pyongyang Children’s Foodstuffs Factory
Mini trucks with words “Bean Milk” are running every day along the streets of Pyongyang, capital city of the DPRK. They are ceaselessly carrying bean milk and kefir produced at the Pyongyang Children’s Foodstuffs Factory to nurseries, kindergartens, primary schools, junior secondary schools and senior secondary schools.
The factory was inaugurated in October 1977. The factory has different production processes including workshops producing bean milk, baby’s milk powder, nutritive sticky rice flour and kelp powder.
The factory produces large variety of children’s foods. Those foods help children grow healthy and tall as they are very good for their growth and development. The state supplies bean milk and kefir every day to the children of nurseries and kindergartens and students of primary schools, junior secondary schools and senior secondary schools.
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