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Big step for Vietnamese fruits towards US market

First litchi fruits of northern Hai Duong and Bac Giang provinces have been shipped by sea to the US to be sold at Safeway and Albersons - two supermarket chains with the largest network on the West Coast of the US.

Production of new types of fruit helps farmers earn additional income

Recent times has seen the domestic market enjoy the influx of new varieties of fruit which have been produced by local farmers, serving to help boost their income and ultimately improve their lives.

Vietnamese watermelon seeds exported to Japan for first time

Vietnam has exported to Japan its first batch of 8.1 kilograms of watermelon seeds, produced by farmers in the Mekong Delta province Hau Giang.

Mekong Delta to have quality breed sources for fishery, fruit and rice

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has implemented several measures to develop the best breeding sources to produce seeds for the delta’s fishery, fruit and rice sectors by 2025.


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Fruit, veggie exports likely to earn Vietnam $4.7 billion in 2018

 Fruits and vegetables may earn the country 4.7 billion USD this year, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

Thai fruits sent to China via Vietnam

Government agencies have reported a high number of fruit exports to China, considering it a great achievement of Vietnam’s agriculture. But a significant amount of fruit exports to China are from Thailand.

Fruit, vegetable waste causes serious pollution at wholesale markets

 VietNamNet Bridge – HCM City is facing ongoing issues from agro-product waste at its wholesale markets and has yet to come up with a solution, reported Nong thon Ngay nay (Countryside Today) newspaper.

Vietnam still fumbles for way to bring fruit to global market

High transportation, packaging and radiation fees all are pushing up prices of fruit, weakening the competitiveness of Vietnam’s fruit in the world market.

Vietnamese fruit could face trade barriers in Chinese market

VietNamNet Bridge - China has become more fastidious about fruit imports, setting high requirements similar to those applied by the US and Australia. 

Fruit, vegetables become big foreign currency earner

 Fruit and vegetables have surpassed traditional farm produce such as rice, rubber, tea, and cashew nuts to become a major foreign currency earner in the agricultural sector. 

Farmers struggle with low sales as more consumers buy imports

VietNamNet Bridge - Ministries have had to hold meetings to discuss ways to rescue local farm produce as competition from imports continues to cut into sales. 


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Vegetable and fruit exports face tough competition from imports

VietNamNet Bridge - With turnover of $375 million in May, fruit and vegetables were among the biggest export items for Vietnam, while imports of the same equalled $183 million. 

Fruit, vegetable exports grow strongly, exporters still worry

 Vietnam saw significant rise in exports of fruit and vegetable products in the first half of 2017 but local exporters still cannot find themselves at ease over unstable supply and food safety issues.

Vietnam fruits welcomed overseas, less favored in home market

VietNamNet Bridge - While Vietnam’s fruits are popular among choosy consumers in the US, Japan, South Korea and New Zealand, the products have to struggle to cement their positions in the domestic market.

Vietnamese spend big money on imported fruit

While foreigners are enchanted by Vietnam’s tropical fruits, Vietnamese are spending trillions of dong to buy imported fruit, with import turnover increasing steadily in recent years.

Vietnam earns more money from fruit than from crude oil

VietNamNet Bridge - Vegetables and fruits, which brought modest export turnover in the past, have become the new driving force for the country's agriculture as other exports have reached the critical point.


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