Total loan: $1,375

Dúo Flor Que Ayer Plante Group

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San Martin Jilotepeque, Chimaltenango, Chimaltenango, Guatemala / Food

Dúo Flor Que Ayer Plante Group's loan finished fundraising,
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A loan helped to purchase a processor and ingredients to make snacks to sell.

Dúo Flor Que Ayer Plante Group's story

La Flor Que Ayer Planté duo is represented by Dina Noemi at this time. She works making and selling snacks such as rice atol [a type of drink] with milk, corn, broad bean, plantain, and white atoles; tostadas with pico de gallo, chopped vegetables and meat, or with avocado; and the famous enchiladas, all with very good flavor and made hygienically. She inherited the recipes for all her dishes from her mother and now they are a source of income for herself and her young daughter who is in primary school.

Dina Noemi thanks the Kiva investors for helping her to get ahead and have a better quality of life. Her payments have been punctual and she is asking for her new loan to purchase a vegetable processor and ingredients to make more snacks since sometimes they run out and, due to the lack of capital, she cannot increase her production.