Saturday, October 29, 2011

"Foodstuff Factory for Sportspersons Built in Pyongyang"

I don't like the sound of this. There is a concept of sports-nutrition products, but in Western countries such things are available to the general public:
The Kumkop (gold cup) Combined Foodstuff Factory for Sportspersons has made its appearance in Pyongyang.

The factory produces rice cake, bread, confectionary, processed meat and drinks. It also has welfare facilities for its employees.

The drinks, including carbonated water and nutritious water, are made with natural medicinal materials good for recovery from fatigue and promotion of health.

Ri Jong Ho, manager of the factory, told KCNA that the factory will put its production and management activities on a scientific and IT basis to massproduce quality foodstuffs needed for sportspersons.

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