India is a big market for dragon fruit of Vietnam. To boost exports to India, enterprises should do marketing and pay attention to other factors.
Thousands of billion dongs have been poured into Gia Lai in recent years by organizations and individuals to develop high-tech agriculture, which has initially
Thang's business manufactures vegetable powder from locally available veggies. The product is well-received and has many development prospects.
These are the methods that many provinces in the Mekong Delta are implementing to develop a sustainable shrimp industry.
South Korea is a big and important market for imported fresh and processed fruits, that’s why Vietnam is boosting its fruit exportation here.
In the first 7 months of 2021, agricultural products export is estimated at USD 28.6 billion, up 26.7%, import is estimated at USD 24.7 billion
The US Association of Food Industries (AFI) has recently sent a letter to the Prime Minister proposing to prioritize vaccination for Vietnamese workers
Deputy Minister of MARD Tran Thanh Nam suggested that the Government buy summer-autumn rice reserves to reassure farmers while also boosting autumn-winter
Cuu Long Delta has been identified as the ‘shrimp capital’ of Vietnam. This main farming object has created a push in the agricultural growth of many provinces.
Social distancing in many provinces and cities has made agricultural products production and consumption difficult. However, many localities and businesses
Soc Trang province possesses strength in developing the fisheries economy. Specifically, brackish shrimp farming is redirecting investment to high-tech
Lemon costs only VND 500/kg but there are still no buyers. Having no other choice, gardeners had to wipe away their tears, spend money, and hire workers
Farmers in the Mekong Delta provinces are harvesting the summer-autumn crop and starting autumn-winter crop despite difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic
The production and consumption of farming products in provinces are almost resumed to normal despite difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
If trade and export operations are suspended for an extended period of time, importers will seek other partners. As a consequence, many companies will lose
Although world coffee demand is forecasted to increase from now until the end of 2021, Vietnam's export output tends to decrease.
According to DOVECO, the production, supply of raw materials, vegetables and fruits processing and export remain well-maintained despite Covid-19.
Vietnam Trade Office in Australia, for the first time, a large shipment (22 tons of frozen Vietnamese dracontomelon) was exported, distributed and marketed
In the past, Ninh Thuan had about 200-300 trucks each day transporting shrimp to the most consuming provinces in the south, there are only more than 80 trucks.
Due to environmental monitoring, shrimp producers in Binh Dinh achieved a high yield despite unfavorable weather conditions.