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More than 100 Chinese dealers have been permitted to enter and purchase lychees in Luc Ngan district of Bac Giang province which is noted for lychee growing in Vietnam.

Binh Thuan Province farmers cut down dragon fruit trees on losing China market

Dragon fruit farmers in Binh Thuan Province have cut down thousands of trees and switched to other crops after suffering heavy losses due to low prices.

Why is the Chinese market still vital to farm exporters?

Over the past few years, the export of farm produce to China has constantly been running into trouble, especially with the congestion of trucks at the northern border gates in December 2021.

More fruit and vegetable export opportunities for Vietnamese produce next year

Vietnam will have many more opportunities to export fruit and vegetables to potential markets in 2022, providing local producers meet international standards on quality and management of growing regions.

Potentials and challenges ahead for the cinnamon industry

Vietnam is the third-largest cinnamon producer and exporter in the world after Indonesia and China, and the future is full of potential. However, challenges need to be carefully navigated to ensure sustainable development.

More bad news from China, 4,000 trucks stuck at border gates

About 4,000 trucks are currently stuck and cannot go through the border gates in Lang Son. China has said it will not accept frozen exports for 14 days before and after Tet (Lunar New Year).

Coffee, vegetable industries agree on codes of conduct to encourage sustainability

As many as 42 enterprises from the coffee and fruit-vegetable industries have signed a pledge to show their commitment to support and implement the codes of conduct (CoCs) 

Lychee 'campaign' results in big sales, Son La mango harvest also a success

In mid-June, during the peak of the fourth Covid-19 wave, up to 100,000 tons of lychee sourced from Bac Giang Province, Vietnam’s largest pandemic center, were sold. 

Ministry tries to remove barriers for agricultural produce in Covid-19 hotspot Hai Duong

Purchasing and transporting of agricultural products from Hai Duong province – Vietnam’s largest Covid-19 hotspot – to other localities has been stalled for a few days due to epidemic prevention regulations applied in many neighboring provinces.

Quality breeds aiding rural families

Frequently hit by natural disasters, many households in the northern province of Nam Dinh have been able to have better livelihoods thanks to rearing groupers – a type of fishery product with high economic effectiveness – 

Harvesting Dien grapefruit in Hanoi

In the final days of the year, locals are busy with harvesting Dien grapefruit to sell at the local market.

China’s tightened controls jeopardize farm exports

China’s stricter requirements for packaging and origin traceability for agricultural products exported to its market will take effect from May 1, making it more difficult for Vietnam to ship its produce to China through informal channels.

 

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