That's a welcome move. Foreign countries are flooding our market with cheaper products because their costs of production are minimal. A liter of tetra-parked UHT milk in Uganda is almost 40% cheaper than the Rwandan Inyangye product. As we get integrated within the East African Community. It will be necessary to adapt to competition rather than 'protectionism'. The more we try to protect our industiries the more we lose out to tactics being used by Uganda and Kenya in flooding our market. As we try out this approach lets try to make our processed products (UHT, Fresh and flavoured products) cheaper and affordable. MUNANURA JAMES is a food scientist (Bsc), but present persuing Msc. Biochemistry at MAKERERE.
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What a brilliant idea! Rwanda should "sell" this idea to other countries. There is nothing comparable to this in Canada.