Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has recently signed a decision approving the Organic Agriculture Development Project for 2020-2030 with a hope of becoming one of countries with advance organic agriculture production.
Along with the growing demand for organic food of Vietnamese people, the market for organic food has become a new land for businesses to embrace, with the presence of big, reputable foreign brands.
VOV.VN - Up to 30 Vietnamese businesses have begun showcasing their wide range of products such as honey, cashew nuts, peppers, rice products, fruit and vegetables at the world's leading food fair, Sial Paris 2018, which started on October 22 and will run until October 25.
Measures to expand market for clean agricultural products were discussed at the Vietnam Agricultural Policy Forum in Hanoi on September 19.
Experts have recommended Vietnamese firms develop organic products for export to the EU, considering it a measure to boost the shipment of farm produce to this demanding market.
While higher prices and low awareness have limited consumption in the domestic market, one firm is optimistic that this will change.
An expected rise in demand for organic fertilisers has sparked many companies to invest more in production.
Avoiding the crowded industrial cosmetics market segment, Vietnamese manufacturers are developing organic products. However, the path to success has not been smooth.
The Ministry of Commerce has encouraged people to practice organic farming as a way of responding to global market demands.
Saigon Co.op on May 8 unveiled the Co.op Organic brand and introduced four groups of organic products.
VOV.VN - Saigon Co.op unveiled on May 8 it is rolling out a new line of organic products at supermarkets in Ho Chi Minh City.