Vietnamese meat processor Vissan will sell fresh pork that meets the Vietnam Good Agricultural Practices (Vietgap) standards from April 15.
Many environmentally friendly products such as biodegradable packages and non-baked bricks have been in the market for years, but the enterprises that produce these products are having a hard time developing them.
The Vietnamese retail market has seen some mergers and acquisitions (M&A) between foreign and Vietnamese enterprises, thanks to the huge development potential of the retail sector.
Vegetables grown in Da Lat using seeds imported mainly from Japan and the US and using high technology are becoming a big hit with customers for their quality and safety.
A Japanese leading retailer in Asia had its business in Vietnam export goods worth millions of dollars last year, its executive has said.
Nearly 200 home appliance shops opened in 2015 as retailers expanded their business at ‘lightening speed’.
The retail sales of goods and services saw a surge in supermarkets and trade centres across the country during the New Year holiday from December 31 to January 3.
Supermarkets around the country have launched promotions to attract customers during the New Year holiday.
(VOV) - Lotte Mart is destined to raise the number of its supermarkets in Vietnam from current 11 to 60 by 2020.
The retail market is seeing an invasion by foreign retailers, which has brought pressure on local businesses who lack financial capacity or experience.
(VOV) - Walmart stores will import and distribute different products of Vietnamese tra fish (pangasius-Vietnam) in its retail chains in the US.
Vietnamese consumers are making their way from traditional markets into air-conditioned, brightly-lit convenience stores.
Large supermarkets in Vietnam like Lotte Mart, Co.op Mart and Big C have become a powerful channel to help export local products to overseas markets, especially the Republic of Korea (RoK), the EU and Japan.
More than 150 instant food products made of rice are available at supermarkets. The industry has been witnessing a steady high growth rate of 20%-40% per annum in recent years.
The considerable potential of Vietnam's domestic retail market is being actively promoted by large retailers looking to expand their businesses at a faster pace.
Supermarkets in HCM City report a sharp increase in sales in recent days and expect a further rise a few days ahead of Tet (Lunar New Year), which falls on February 19 this year.
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has instructed Ho Chi Minh City authorities to tighten management of food products at wholesale markets and supermarkets to ensure food safety and hygiene.
(VOV) - Lekise Lighting Co, Ltd., one of the largest producers of lamps and lighting equipment in Thailand, recently signed an exclusive dealership agreement with the Machinery & Electrical Appliances Joint Stock Company (TODIMAX) located in Ho Chi Minh City.
(VOV) - Building a top-notch Made-in-Vietnam brand reputation that spans the world isn’t easy, but winning the support of customers in both the domestic and foreign markets is critical if the nation is to obtain economic sustainability.
A retail network comprising over 1,000 supermarkets and shopping centres is to be built in Hanoi by 2020 to serve the needs of its citizens, Vice Director of Hanoi’s Department of Industry and Trade Tran Thi Phuong Lan has said.