Cambodia works to ensure food supply amid pandemic

The Cambodian government on April 21 urged domestic instant noodle producers to increase daily output to nearly 700,000 boxes, aiming to maintain a stable supply and price of the product in the market amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The move follows Prime Minister Hun Sen’s order on April 5 for noodle producers and bottled drinking water companies to boost production during the outbreak.

The government said Cambodia currently has three instant noodle factories with an output of about 670,000 boxes per day. These factories have been required to set up a stockpile of about 150,000 boxes of noodles.

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