From January to December 2020, the company produced a total of five thousand tons of iodized salt, plus one ton of salt compared to the same period in 2019.
The company's managing partner, Fernando Gomes Solinho, revealed that these five thousand tons represent the largest production of "Sal do Sol" in the last 22 years.
He explained that this increase was due to the fact that measures were implemented to prohibit the import of several goods produced in the country.
"With this measure it was possible a production and commercialization that surpassed the last 22 years and allowed to maintain the wages of the 115 workers", he revealed, in declarations to Angop.
He also said that the salt is sold at 200 kwanzas per kilo in Luanda, Huíla, Cabinda, Lunda Norte, Lunda Sul, Malanje, Bié, Huambo, Cunene, Uíge and Cuando Cubando.