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Inactive farms to start producing vegetables

Non-productive farms covering a total area of 600,000 sqm are expected to start producing vegetables from next agricultural season under an initiative “IKTAFA” launched recently by Hassad Food to increase the local production.

“The company has received overwhelming response from the owners of inactive farms, as farms measuring 600,000 sqm are all set to get benefit from phase one project that will be implemented under the initiative,” said Deputy CEO of Hassad Food Company, Ali bin Hilal Al Kuwari while speaking in a talk-show of Al Rayyan TV.


Publication date: 1/8/2018

 


 

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