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Confidence in Market and Exports for Agriculture Projects Funded by USAID

BATTAMBANG: The Cambodia Harvest 2 is a project funded from the USAID named Ringacam. Rincagam was established in 2016 with the Ministry of Industry, Science, Technology and Innovation as a local natural agricultural processing handicraft in Cambodia.

Rincagam is having the participation of two agricultural cooperatives of around 120 families, in Samlot province. The project is aimed for increasing production of agricultural crops. The farmers have secured markets through the contract farming supplying agricultural products for processing into spices and food supplements for domestic markets and exports.

The Director of Ringacam, Hey Vannak has stated the enterprise processes the harvested agricultural products according to GMP and HACCP standards for consumers and partners acceptable for resell with confidence as a product with high hygiene and verified technical standards.

The Cambodian Food Processing Community as well the Cambodian Pepper and Spices Federations, the Cambodian Federation of Small and Medium Enterprises, Cambodian Entrepreneurs, the Cambodian Ministry of Commerce are partners cooperating to distribute products abroad/

“We supply processed products to the local market in Cambodia and we are trying to seek partners to distribute at overseas markets by participating in national and international exhibitions through trade fairs and business to business meeting with manufacturers, distributors and consumers,” Said Hey Vannak.

President of the Cambodian Pepper and Spices Federation, Mak Ny, applauded the move and said researches on the collection of the data of agricultural crops for spices will be made: “The association will conduct researches more about the potential of crops used for processing for products,”

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