Vietnam has set itself a target of increasing the ratio of processed coffee from the current 10 per cent to 30-40 per cent by 2030 to add value, the Vietnam Coffee Week heard in HCM City on December 4.
VOV.VN - The third Vietnam Coffee Day event is set to transpire in Pleiku City in the Central Highland province of Gia Lai between December 8 -10, with the participation of hundreds of international organisations and businesses.
VOV.VN - The second Vietnam Coffee Day is scheduled to take place in Gia Nghia commune, Dak Nong province, between December 9-11. The event is expected to draw the attendance of 40 international organizations and businesses.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has approved a five-year coffee industry development project, worth VND170 billion or US$7.48 million, to improve coffee quality, develop a premium Vietnamese brand and expand export markets.
The coffee industry is restructuring itself to raise productivity, quality and value, according to the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association.
VOV.VN -The Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association will celebrate the first Vietnam Coffee Day on December 10 at the Youth Cultural House in Ho Chi Minh City.
Vietnam’s coffee sector targets earning US$5-6 billion from export by 2030, said the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (VCCA).
Vietnamese and British coffee enterprises are keen on promoting doing business together, Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (VICOFA) Chairman Luong Van Tu told a Vietnam News Agency correspondent at a roundtable discussion about coffee business in London.
VOV.VN - The global demand for organic cocoa products has been soaring over the past few years, while the supply side has faced challenges keeping up, says the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association.
An industrial production federation should be established to help prevent Vietnamese firms from losing out in the domestic market once several free trade agreements take effect, as heard during the first 2016 industry and manufacturing forum on April 21.
Members of the Vietnam Coffee-Cocoa Association (Vicofa) will have to pay US$2 for every tonne of coffee they export as of October this year.