Quality assurance is the first factor that enables a product to enter supermarkets, delegates told a recent discussion on bringing goods into the modern retail channel held in Ho Chi Minh City.
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.
Hanoi’s retail and service revenue in the first two months of 2017 amounted to VND365 trillion (US$16.4 billion), an increase of 7.1% from the same period last year, according to the Hanoi Statistics Office.
Panic-buying has ensued with prices expected to rise ahead of Tet.
The General Statistics Office has estimated Vietnam’s 2016 retail revenue at US$118 billion, a 10.2% rise over the previous year.
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.
Thai, Japanese, American and French retail giants are speeding up their plans to conquer the Vietnamese market.
The Cooperative Union of Agricultural Consumption (UCA) opened three safe farm produce supermarkets in Hanoi on November 9.
The Gioi Di Dong (Mobile World), the largest mobile phone distribution chain, shut down its 22 shops at Big C Vietnam after the retailer fell into Thai hands. Cdiscount, an e-commerce website, will stop operation from December 31.
Many Vietnamese chicken eggs sold on the market here are in fact Egyptian, which are similar to Vietnamese chicken eggs in appearance but different in nutritional content.
Ambitious Vietnamese companies are overcoming challenges to bring their products to the global market
he departure of the former owners of Big C and Metro Cash & Carry supermarkets is expected to intensify competition in the retail field.
Concerned about the safety of vegetables sold at markets and supermarkets, many Saigonese are now growing their own greens at home.
Vietnamese producers of consumer goods should invest more in improving product quality and develop close links among themselves to negotiate better with foreign-owned retailers, a seminar heard in Ho Chi Minh City on June 3.
The future of the Vietnamese retail sector was extensively discussed at a seminar held in Hanoi on May 18, in the context of serial acquisitions by foreign retailers.
Local producers are protesting against the discount rates afforded to foreign retailers, as it is taking a big bite out of manufacturer’s profits.
VOV.VN-Shoppers in Hanoi can expect to see more open-air lifestyle centres than closed-in, windowless malls, if a proposed redevelopment plan for the capital city is approved, says the Hanoi Department of Industry and Commerce.
Imported goods, including home appliances and food, have begun to dominate shelves in malls and specialty shops.
You may not be unfamiliar with hundreds of makeshift markets in operation across Ho Chi Minh City, where vendors make use of any available street space to sell a wide variety of produce.
Despite the abundance of modern supermarkets and shopping malls in Ho Chi Minh City, niche markets still attract customers who love discovering unusual, odd or hard-to-find products