Vietnam is completing mechanism and policies to closely control wine and beer consumption as well as manage the time and venues of selling these drinks.
The Ministry of Health held a seminar in Hanoi on November 8 on Vietnam’s international commitments to preventing the harmful effects of alcohol and beer, as well as the recommendations from international organisations towards the draft law on the prevention and combat of alcohol abuse.
The World Health Organization has called on Vietnam to tackle excessive drinking with strong measures.
After acquiring a majority stake in Vietnam’s top brewery, Sabeco, last year, Thailand’s TCC Group is set to appoint a Singaporean chairman, Koh Poh Tiong, and a new board of directors.
Vietnam's health ministry has proposed an advertisement ban on beer in an attempt to cut consumption in one of the world's heaviest drinking populations.
Vietnamese consumers have great demand for snacks and beer, according to a newly-released report by the global marketing research firm Nielsen.
Every evening, large groups of workers and friends gather for lager and snacks at a beer garden along Quang Trung Street in Hanoi.
The Saigon Beer, Alcohol and Beverage Corporation (Sabeco) produced a total of 1.72 billion litres of beer in 2017 and saw a 11 percent revenue growth year-on-year, said the corporation.
The young, hops-happy economy is alluring for big brewers like Asahi and Anheuser-Busch InBev.
VOV.VN - Brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev Limited is considering an investment of nearly US$7 million to increase the production scale of two beer plants in Vietnam, according to the company’s Vice President for Asia Pacific South Ken Hitchcock.
With the Vietnamese thirst for beer seeming to know no limits, brewers are finding it hard to resist tapping into the country's potential market.
VOV.VN - A barley malting facility that produces the essential ingredient for beer opened yesterday (July 5) in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau, reports the Baodautu.vn online newspaper.
Panic-buying has ensued with prices expected to rise ahead of Tet.
VOV.VN - Huda Gold has won a gold medal at the 2016 World Beer Championships for its Czech-style Pale Lager for its superior taste, the company has announced.
Foreign brewers often set up joint ventures with Vietnamese partners and then take over the capital contribution from the Vietnamese partners. Why do they have to take this roundabout path to enter the market?
The demand for beverages in Ho Chi Minh City is expected to increase by 30% during the upcoming Lunar New Year Tet holiday, the city’s trade department said.
VOV.VN - A record number of foreign traders from 30 foreign countries will participate at the 16th International Agriculture Trade Fair (November 11-15) in Hanoi, reports the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (Mard).
The plan to divest State capital from major State-owned enterprises such as Sabeco (Saigon Beer, Alcohol and Beverages Corporation) and Habeco (Hanoi Beer, Alcohol and Beverage Corporation) is good news for the market and will create a more favourable investment environment in Vietnam.
The country is one of the biggest consumers of beer and liquor, and health officials are not happy about that.
Vietnam expects to earn US$900 million from exporting beverage products by 2035, according to the industry’s planning.