After the Tet (the Lunar New Year) break, employees of Intimex Group Joint Stock Company are scrambling to fulfill export orders.
VOV.VN -Aomori Prefecture, on the very northern tip of Japan’s main island is best known for apples— and now they have gone on sale in Hanoi and other parts of Vietnam, report company officials.
The supermarket chain, Intimex, plans to start selling Japanese Aomori apples on December 18, said an Intimex representative.
While Cau Dat’s coffee has a bright future as it can be sold through the Starbucks’ chain, other Vietnamese roasters can only dream of selling coffee on such a big scale.
Nearly 95% of Vietnam’s coffee is exported as raw products that do not bear a Vietnamese brand.
Many giant international retail groups such as Auchan, Robinson and Walmart are likely to set up more convenience stores, supermarkets and big commercial centres in Vietnam when the country completely opens its retail market next year, said the Vietnam Business Forum Magazine (VBF).
(VOV) -The Hanoi People’s Committee on March 6 launched an action programme for consumer rights in response to the “World Consumer Rights Day” (March 15).