By Sheeda Fathil
SHAH ALAM, Feb 3 — The state government has taken the initiative to buy the products of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Selangor through the Kita Ke Kampung #produkkampung4u programme.
State executive councillor for rural development Borhan Aman Shah said the purchased products will be distributed to low-income earners (B40).
“This charitable programme aims to help SMEs in addition to promoting their products to the public through the Kita Ke Kampung programme with the distribution of goods.
“The proceeds of the purchase will be donated back to the B40 group from traditional villages in Selangor,” said Borhan Aman Shah in a statement on Facebook.
Yesterday, Menteri Besar Dato’ Seri Amirudin Shari launched the Kita Ke Kampung #produkkampung4u programme at the Selangor State Secretariat Building in Shah Alam.
Among the selected SME products that will be distributed to the B40 group are;
- Kampung Kundang Coffee (3K Coffee) from Kampung Kundang, Kuala Langat
- Dry Cha Cha Porridge from Kampung Seri Kundang, Gombak
- Sambal Pecal Mak Bedah from Kampung Parit 4, Tanjong Karang
- Sambal Pecal Aqilah from Kampung Parit Baru Baroh, Sabak Bernam
- Coconut Biscuits from Kampung Raja Uda, Klang
- Milk glutinous rice from Sungai Besar, Sabak Bernam
- Kerisik from Dengkil, Sepang