(VOV) - Dragon fruit of Vietnam has been much sought after in India recently and the import value has risen nearly 20 times over the past two months, according to the Africa, West Asia and South Asia Market Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
(VOV) - Thanks to favourable legal frameworks from free trade pacts, geographical advantages, and traditional ties Vietnamese companies have ample opportunity to expand exports in Northeast Asia and increase their market share.
(VOV) - Vietnam and New Zealand signed a programme in Hanoi on May 28, enabling the former’s dragon fruit to penetrate the latter’s market.
(VOV) - Vietnamese CT Group plans to create Australia's largest commercial dragon fruit orchard, with the first farm to take shape in the Northern Territory (NT) this year.
(VOV) - The US State Patent and Trademark Office has granted a certificate of monopoly protection for two Vietnamese trademarks “Cho Dao fragrant rice" and "Chau Thanh-Long An dragon fruit ".
(VOV) - Fruit and vegetable export earnings grew by 32.2% to US$215 million during the first quarter of the year and are expected to hit a record high of US$1.2 billion this year, according to the Vietnam Fruit and Vegetables Association (Vinafruit).
(VOV) - Vietnamese experts are sanguine about the prospects for this year’s fruit and vegetable exports, expecting to rake in US$1.2 billion.
The Dai Duc Cooperative in the southern province of Tra Vinh has won a contract to export 30 tonnes of red flesh dragon fruit to the US in 2014.
(VOV) - Tra Vinh Province’s Dai Duc Cooperative has already exported around 2.7 tonnes of red flesh dragon fruit to the US since the beginning of October.
(VOV) - Singapore Post has debuted its collaborative Vietnam-Singapore range of stamps during a ceremony on September 12.
A US$4-million project funded by New Zealand will help Vietnamese farmers improve their incomes from the growing of new varieties of high-quality fruit trees.
(VOV) - The New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research (PFR) is implementing a project to develop high yielding varieties of dragon fruit in Tien Giang province.
(VOV) -Vietnam expects to earn US$1 billion from exporting fruit and vegetables to the US market by the end of this year.
Vietnam’s dragon fruit will be directly shipped to the US for food irradiation before being distributed to supermarkets across the country.
The first batch of Vietnamese dragon fruit, weighing 1,000 kg, has arrived in Chile.
Four containers of rambutans will be shipped to the US on January 3, 2012.
Dragon fruit exports to quality-conscious markets like the US, Japan , and the Republic of Korea (RoK) are expected to double this year to 2,600 tonnes, according to exporters.
Vietnam’s dragon fruit exports to the US are expected to reached 600 tonnes this year, an increase of 12 times over 2009, 500 tonnes of which have been shipped already, announced the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
Chile and the Republic of Korea (RoK) have officially opened up their markets to Vietnamese dragon fruit
The first container of Vietnamese dragon fruit will be radiated by the Son Son Joint Stock Company in HCM City before being exported to the US.