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Institute to help farmers in Angola in products conservation

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The higher institute of food processing technology of Malanje (ISTAM) will cooperate with small and medium agro-industrial producers for the conservation of agricultural products.

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The information was released Angop by the assistant managing director for the academic field of ISTAM, Ornelas Sawambo, adding that the cooperation will enable farmers to keep their products appropriately.

Ornelas Sawambo said the institute will also cooperate with the Capanda Agro-industrial Zone (CAP), with respect to practical training of its students.

ISTAM started in 2015, with the first course of engineering and food processing technology, and has available for this academic year 60 vacancies for the first year.

The Institute has one laboratory for food microbiology, another for chemistry and biochemistry, a technology pavilion where it will be processed all the research products, as well as 6 research laboratories.

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