Food Packaging Training

Presently, the number of tourist visiting various tourist sites of Cambodia keeps increasing particularly in Siem Reap and a few provinces in the coastal zones like Kep and Preah Sihanouk. Food safety and hygiene are very important for consumers’ wellbeing. It is observed that small street vendors do not pay their attention to food safety and hygiene. As a result, their food products are less attractive to medium and high-class customers, resulting in reduced income.

As part of its social activities and with the intention of addressing the situation, SAMIC had cooperation with a professional trainer from a well-known restaurant namely PARK CAFE to provide the training on food packaging to street vendors in the popular tourist areas regardless of whether they are client or non-client of SAMIC. In December 2016, two training sessions were conducted at Kep and Siem Reap provinces with the participation of 259 small vendors including 171 females.
                                                        
 
 
 Date

               Branches          

    # of Participants
# Female  # Non Clients  # Clients         Total       
 2  Dec, 2016  Kep Province 91 89 26 115
 17 Dec, 2016  Siem Reap Province 80 112 32 144

  Total

171 201 58 259

 

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