They include Hanoi Trade Corporation (Hapro), Trung Nguyen Coffee, Loc Troi Group and Asia Fish Oil – an affiliate of Sao Mai Group.
According to the organising board, nearly 800 companies from 41 countries and territories are running 1,200 booths at the event, more than half of which are from Malaysia, followed by India, Thailand, Indonesia, Iran and China.
On display are food and beverages, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, financial and tourism products, e-commerce and logistics services.
Nguyen Tien Dung, Deputy Director of Loc Troi Group’s Food Trade Department, said it is the first time the company has joined the event to market products and seek potential partners.
He said when Malaysia loosens import regulations, Loc Troi will offer more quality Halal rice with competitive prices to the market.
Hapro Deputy Executive Director Nguyen Thu Huong said it is the second time Hapro has joined the event, adding that Halal products account for 20 percent of its exports and the figure will increase soon.
Consumers from ASEAN and the Middle East visited and learned about Loc Troi’s products, especially japonica and jasmine rice, Trung Nguyen coffee, cashew nuts, pepper, beans, cinnamon and anise.