Nestle Vietnam launched the second stage of its Nestle Bong Sen plant at Thang Long II urban area, the northern province of Hung Yen, on September 4.
A workshop was held in Ho Chi Minh City on December 4 to seek measures for boosting public-private partnerships (PPP) towards sustainably developing Vietnam’s coffee sector – one of the world’s leading coffee exporters.
Nestlé Vietnam was awarded in the Leading Total Rewards and Leading Talent Management categories at the 2018 Vietnam HR Awards recently organised in Ho Chi Minh City.
Nestlé Vietnam has helped over 20,000 households of coffee growers improve productivity and income through applying new technology from the NESCAFÉ Plan project, said the firm’s General Director Ganesan Ampalavanar.
Working groups under the public-private partnership (PPP) format for agriculture products should build an effective cooperation mechanism in order to develop the market, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Le Quoc Doanh said at an annual meeting of the group in Hanoi on August 16.
With a view to increasing Vietnam’s exports to ASEAN, the Ministry of Industry and Trade has taken a new step to help enterprises boost their shipments to regional markets.
Swiss-backed food and beverage company Nestlé Vietnam has recently received the title of Sustainable Business 2017 at an annual ranking programme in Hanoi.
Fifteen firms won bids at the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s second auction of sugar import quotas in Hanoi on August 23.
Nearly 190 coffee farmers in key coffee-growing districts in the Central Highland province of Dak Lak are taking part in a contest on coffee cultivation knowledge and techniques.
Nestlé Vietnam announced its participation in the national programme "Enhancing the Stature and Endurance of Vietnamese People for the period 2011 – 2030” on September 26, on the occasion of Nestlé’s 150th anniversary.
Nestle’s chocolate malted beverage brand MILO on June 13 launched its third annual summer camp for children in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Danang.
The prices of 50 types of milk products for children below 2 years of age will drop by between 0.4 and 4% beginning on April 20.
The finance and trade ministries will set up delegations to inspect dairy production and trading companies after these companies submitted proposals to increase the prices of their products.
Specialists say Vietnamese farm produce will lose its competitive advantage on the global market unless its quality improves, and brand names are developed.