The price of black pepper in the Central Highlands provinces has continued to plummet, hitting VND80,000 – 82,000 per kg, a low record in the last seven years.
India will lift its suspension of the import of some Vietnamese agricultural products, which was enforced on March 7
Pepper coverage in the Central Highlands provinces has increased, despite prices falling by 9% - 11% over recent time.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) announced recent drops in pepper prices, both domestic and exported, in October.
(VOV) - The nation’s farmers are having a prosperous year, having shunned coffee and switched to growing peppers in the face of higher prices and robust global demand, said the Vietnam Pepper Association (VPA) in a recent report on the industry’s status.
(VOV) - The outlook for this year’s peppercorn exports is upbeat with the General Department of Vietnam Customs reporting they could set a new record in terms of revenue despite significantly lower volume.
(VOV) -Vietnamese pepper exports in the first nine months of the year hit an all time record high of 136,000 tonnes valued at US$1.022 billion, according to Vietnam Customs statistics.
The Central Highlands province of Dak Nong exported its coffee to 23 countries and territories around the world in 2012, raking in US$239.8 million, an increase of 41.6 percent year on year. Apart from coffee, the province shipped abroad cashew nuts and black peppers.