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National standards for chilled meat issued

National standards for chilled meat issued

The Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST) has issued national standards on chilled meat and technical requirements to meet expectations of markets at home and abroad.

Charitable meals warm the hearts of poor patients

Charitable meals warm the hearts of poor patients

VOV.VN - Although they are old, a group of volunteers in Soc Trang province provides hundreds of meals to poor patients every day. This has eased the financial burden on the families of long-term patients.

Bright prospect for tea exports in final quarter

Bright prospect for tea exports in final quarter

VOV.VN - Vietnam is the world’s seventh largest producer of tea, and the fifth biggest exporter. 124,000 hectares are cultivated, harvested and the crops send to 500 processing facilities throughout the country eventually producing 500,000 tons of dried tea each year.

Da Nang completes logistics preparations for APEC week

Da Nang completes logistics preparations for APEC week

The central city of Da Nang has basically completed logistics preparations for the APEC Economic Leaders’ Week and related meetings slated for November, according to the municipal Department of External Affairs.

Gov’t looks to cut special inspections red tape

Gov’t looks to cut special inspections red tape

Local enterprises are spending around 28.6 million working days valued at VND14.3 trillion (US$636 million) a year to complete administrative procedures for special inspections on imported and exported goods.

Frequent inspections tire Vietnamese business owners

Frequent inspections tire Vietnamese business owners

Despite a government order dictating that authorities only inspect businesses once a year, enterprises in Vietnam are facing repeated inspections that do more harm than good to their business.

Vietnam proactive to prevent A/H7N9 avian flu

Vietnam proactive to prevent A/H7N9 avian flu

Vietnam has so far recorded no infections of human A/H7N9 avian flu, however, the country is promoting efforts to prevent the entry of virus, which caused a new outbreak in neighbouring China.

Agricultural sector boosts inspection in 2017

Agricultural sector boosts inspection in 2017

Vietnam’s agricultural sector plans to conduct surprise inspections of agricultural materials trade, food hygiene and discharge of wastewater into irrigation facilities.

MM Mega Market Vietnam helps customers trace food product origin

MM Mega Market Vietnam helps customers trace food product origin

Ho Chi Minh City-based MM Mega Market Vietnam (formerly Metro Cash & Carry Vietnam) has launched its QR code plastering application for product information coding to help the customers seek traceability of food products via their smartphones.

Party delegation pays working visit to UK

Party delegation pays working visit to UK

A delegation of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Popularisation and Education paid a working visit to the UK from August 14-18 to learn about the country’s policies regarding food hygiene, education accreditation, research and market.

Duty-free business changes proposed

Duty-free business changes proposed

Supervision of imported food products sold at duty-free shops might no longer be needed and firms will assume full responsibility for product quality and safety, according to a Government draft decree on duty-free business issued for public comment.

Hanoi moves to tackle unhygienic food

Hanoi moves to tackle unhygienic food

Chairman of the Hanoi municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung has ordered the establishment of five inter-sector inspection teams on food safety and hygiene.

Ministry cracks down on fishery products

Ministry cracks down on fishery products

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has asked for tighter management of fishery products amid warnings by major import markets on food hygiene and safety standards of aquatic products.

HCM City boosts trade links

HCM City boosts trade links

Links between businesses in Ho Chi Minh City and other cities and provinces in the south have improved significantly as a result of a trade co-operation programme started in late 2011.