Aquaculture is more and more developing and plays an important role in the world. The global aquaculture production is currently above 82 million tons.
Apart from maintaining the domestic market, Vietnamese poultry businesses are seeking ways to expand their reach to foreign markets like Myanmar, Japan
Vietnam's coffee exports in the first three months of the year are estimated to have fallen 17% from a year earlier to 428,000 tonnes
Vietnam targets to export fruits and vegetables worth US$8-10 billion by 2030, according to a scheme for the development of the fruit and vegetable processing
Vietnam's 5% broken rice prices rose to $515-$520 per tonne on Thursday, their highest since December 2011, from $510-$515 last week.
The Mekong Delta province of Long An targets at least 60,000 tonnes of aquaculture production this year, about 2,000 tonnes higher than in 2020.
A fruit and vegetable sector development plan approved by the government seeks to increase exports to $8-10 billion by 2030.
Recently, the prices of animal feed and fertilizers have increased continuously, causing many farmers in the Mekong Delta to sit on pins and needles.
The Import-Export Department under the Ministry of Industry and Trade has recently announced the list of 207 enterprises qualified to export rice.
The Directorate of Water Resources warned that with the forecasted level of saltwater intrusion in March and April this year
Bac Giang province have tapped the advantages of land and climate to develop commodity agriculture, forming many specialized farming areas.
The Vietnamese tea sector saw positive signs in exports in the first two months of 2021 when shipping 17,000 tonnes abroad and earning 29 million USD
Vietnam's rice export prices hit a more than nine-year this week week as fresh orders trickled in.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD), on March 25 in Tien Giang Province, held a conference to summarize the year 2020
Vietnam expects to gain $8-10 billion from shipping fruits and vegetables abroad, with revenue of processed products
The rice-growing areas reduced, increasing rice yields, stable export of rice, and high selling prices have been beneficial for farmers at a conference
Vietnam expects to gain 8-10 billion USD from shipping fruits and vegetables abroad, with revenue of processed products accounting for at least 30 percent
On the sidelines of a conference to review the 2020-2021 winter-spring season and discuss production plans for the 2021 summer-autumn
Vietnam’s seafood exports have bounced back after a period of sliding, but there has been a spread of disease among some shrimp and fish breeding areas.
Exports of tra fish (pangasius) to China and Hong Kong in the first half of February this year suffered a sharp plunge