VOV.VN - The northern province of Hai Duong successfully shipped an initial batch of 1.2 tonnes of fresh lychees to the Japanese market on June 23.
Improving production technologies, designs and packaging are among the important factors that could add value to Vietnamese farm produce, businesses have said.
VOV.VN - Vinamilk is a pioneer in developing Vietnam’s dairy industry. It accounts for half of the industry's market share.
VOV.VN - Over recent years, Vietnam’s farm produce and vegetables have overcome severe barriers on quality standards to enter fastidious markets like those of Europe or Japan.
Good agricultural practices and food safety certification are the first requirements for agricultural producers who want to export or sell to international retail chains, experts have said.
Vietnamese agro-firms should increase high added value for their products by improving business production procedures in line with international practices, especially in packaging and designing, heard a workshop held in Ho Chi Minh City on August 17.
Dairy giant Vinamilk’s products have hit supermarket shelves in 43 countries and territories across five continents.
More and more livestock farming companies are adopting VietGap and Global Gap standards to improve their efficiency as well as ensure food safety, according to global quality certification agency Bureau Veritas.
The Association of Food Transparency (AFT) made its debut in Ho Chi Minh City on November 22 with the aim of connecting responsible players in the food production chain for the benefit of society and the environment.
Nearly 100 kilos of dragon fruit were sold during the Vietnamese Dragon Fruit Day, which was jointly held by the Vietnamese Trade Office and the Embassy of Vietnam in Australia on September 30.
Prices of tra fish for processing have increased in response to high demand from the Cuu Long Delta provinces.
The export value of domestic fruits and vegetables is expected to reach US$2.5 billion this year, surpassing the value of rice exports for the first time, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) announced.
VOV.VN - How to supply large volumes of produce in compliance with strict Global GAP safety standards is problematic for the nation’s growers and exporters, says the Vietnam Fruit & Vegetables Association.
Consumers’ worry about food hygiene has turned out to be a great opportunity for food processors. Many businesses have poured money into projects to produce safe food.
Minh Phu Seafood Corporation, the leading shrimp firm in Vietnam, is investing heavily in a global responsible value chain of shrimp, with an emphasis on food safety, environmental protection, social welfare, animal health, and welfare.
VOV.VN - Vinamilk, one of the most trusted brands in the dairy industry, announced today that it will expand the number of its dairy farms in Ha Tinh Province as part of its continuing effort to bring more of its premium milk to the dairy aisles of Vietnam.
VOV.VN - Sustainability was the ‘buzz-word’ at a recent conference in Hanoi looking at the long-term viability of commercial pangasius catfish farming in Vietnam, sponsored by the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).
Before exporting to America, Australia, France and other countries, Luc Ngan litchis were placed under a strict process and irradiated at a center in Ho Chi Minh City.
The China Business Association in Ho Chi Minh City has expressed its interest in being a bridge for home firms to import farm produce in bulk from the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho, its President Miao Ren Lai told Can Tho authorities in a working session on June 17.