Maintain Food Quality

 Written by: Aqsa Sediqi

Sometimes due to the high price of raw materials, employers reduce the quality of their products but keep the prices constant, but some others value the quality of products and present their products at convenient prices.

AEPO’s writer/producer has talked to Ayamudin, a resident of Kabul city.

Ayamudin says about his business, “I have a restaurant. When the price of some raw materials increased, I did bring any changes in the quality of foods that I prepare but I increased the price of foods a little bit.

For example, before the price of 24 kilograms of rice was about 1100 Afghanis but now this price has reached about 2200 Afghanis but we did not change the quality of our products and we get less benefit. We have about 400 customers daily we are happy with our work.”

Work from Home:

Some shopkeepers complain about the high fare of shops and they say that they could not earn enough money to pay the high fare of shops but Muhabatullah, a resident of Kabul city has found a solution to this issue.

Muhabatullah says about his business, “I was an employee at one of the government offices in Kabul city. When the process of the electronic identity card started, I filled the forms of it for myself, my family members, and for my colleagues.  When I lost my office job, I started to fill out the form of electronic ID cards at home.

 I get 50 Afghanis from each form and my daily income reaches 9000 Afghanis. I attract customers' attention to my job by using Facebook and WhatsApp.”