Everyday Products Company donates to Mchinji health centers

By Chancy Namadzunda:

A newly opened company, Everyday Products has distributed milk and tea worth K1 million to patients and guardians at different health centers in Mchinji districts.

According to the company’s Operations Director Talha Malik said the donations were aimed at launching the new products by the company as well as helping the less privileged, which is the core of their business.

The company distributed the product at Mikundi and Kochilira Health Centers as well as to communities at Mchinji Boma.

“As a company, we want to serve the less privileged, that’s why our products are very cheap. Our milk as well as tea is 30 percent cheaper than what is there. It is in this vein that we thought it wise to launch our products with our friends in the hospitals, particularly from the rural areas,” said Malik

The company produces Camellia Gold Tea and Whitefiled milk.

“These are things that patients and guardians as well as their relatives need good breakfasts, since our products are the solution, we thought it wise to share with them,” he said adding that the products are now found in all main shops in the country.

One of the beneficiaries, Rosemary Chadikha from Chindime Village in Traditional Authority Mduwa was all praises to the company.

“As guardians, we always try our best to source food for the patients, which is one important thing for them to recover, however due to our economic status, we wrote off breakfast. With this donation, we know our patients will have something for breakfast for some days,” she said.

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