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Nestle Partners With Bill Gates Charity To Improve Milk Production In East Africa

September 22, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Nestlé has partnered with a Bill Gates charitable organization to boost productivity and quality of life among East African dairy farmers, including those in Ethiopia and Kenya. Small rural farmers in the region rely on milk as a key source of income, calories and nutrients. Collection and transportation of the milk to chilling stations, however, is inefficient and often leads to spilling or spoilage. Under the two-year partnership, Nestlé and Global Good will apply technology and innovation to improve production. They will also provide 3,000 specially designed milk containers known as “Mazzi” to help small farmers maximize the quantity of the milk they sell.
"Nestlé, Global Good partner to help East Africa small dairy farmers", News release, Nestlé, September 22, 2014, © Nestlé
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