HCM City authorities and businesses have stocked enough safe food products for Tet (the Lunar New Year) to be sold at controlled prices.
On the occasion of Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday, which will fall on January 25, businesses in HCM City will provide consumers with many specialty products such as herbal chicken, herbal pork, and Banh Chung cake with multiple fillers.
Ho Chi Minh City’s authorities are seeking to create favourable conditions for local businesses to develop trademarks and brands to compete with foreign rivals at home and abroad, its leader has said.
Supplies of poultry and pork products are expected to be sufficient in HCM City during the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday, which falls on January 25.
VOV.VN - The International Food Industry Exhibition (Vietnam Foodexpo 2019), is to be held in Ho Chi Minh City from November 13- 16 with approximately 450 exhibitors expected to attend the event.
The Sai Gon Giai Phong (Liberated Sai Gon) newspaper hosted a ceremony in Ho Chi Minh City on January 26 to honour 27 most popular Vietnamese brand names in 2019 selected by its readers.
Vietnamese companies are hoping to make big bucks selling popular foods like fried chicken and crispy pork skin.
Large food corporations have jumped into the snack market with traditional dishes, competing directly with street food shops.
Saigon Trading Group (Satra) on June 19 opened its food convenience store at the Pediatrics Hospital No. 2 at 14 Ly Tu Trong, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City.
To improve their competitiveness, Vietnamese livestock companies have been told to restructure their production and supply chains.
The Vietnam Meat Industries JSC (VISSAN), one of Vietnam’s largest food producers, on April 13 launched a training project on slaughtering skills, aiming to improve the local slaughtering capacity and hygiene.
Domestically-made goods occupy between 65-95% of shelf space at many retail chains in Ho Chi Minh City, a result attributable to the campaign “Vietnamese use Vietnamese goods”.
With farmers still having difficulty selling pigs, many businesses in HCM City have stepped up programmes to stimulate pork demand.
With its recent acquisition of Cau Tre Export Goods Processing Joint Stock Company, CJ is one step closer to playing a crucial role in the Vietnamese processed food sector.
In recent years, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deals increased tremendously both in number and value. While many enterprises have made great progress after M&A, some unfortunate transactions have left a bitter aftertaste for both sellers and buyers.
Shareholders of Masan Group have approved a 11 percent cash dividend for 2016 and the remaining VND7 trillion post-tax profit will be retained entirely.
Suppliers of necessities have readied themselves for the upcoming Tet, or Lunar New Year, with higher volumes of goods for the market than last Tet.
The Consumption Consultation magazine and Vietnam Economic Times hosted a ceremony in Ho Chi Minh City on November 25 to honour 100 products and services voted by consumers this year.
ROK food-producing conglomerate Daesang Corp. Has completed the acquisition of a 99.99 % stake in Vietnamese meat processor and distributor Duc Viet Food Joint Stock Company for US$32 million in September, fetching the Korean company a bridgehead in the Southeast Asian meat processing market.
VOV.VN - An exposition titled – Vietfood & Beverage-ProPack (November 9-12) – has gotten underway in Hanoi at the International Centre of Exhibition located at 91 Tran Hung Dao Street.