Pork

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Vietnam is expected to import more pork in the coming months to make up for domestic shortages as African swine fever continues to spread, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).

 

Chinese rent land in Laos, change production habits

VietNamNet Bridge - Seventy-five percent of Vietnam’s farm produce is exported to China, but the figure could fall as China grows more of its own food.

Vietnam's livestock, poultry meat market worth $18 billion

More than 3 million tons of meat were consumed in Vietnam in 2016, according to Euromonitor. With a value of $18 billion, Vietnam is the third largest market for meat in Asia, behind China and India.

How can Vietnam’s goods enter foreign distribution chains?

VietNamNet Bridge - Improving the quality of exports is the top requirement that Vietnamese manufacturers must meet in order to have their goods accepted by foreign supermarket chains. 

HCM City cracks down on mystery meat

Pork without clear origins will not be allowed to be sold in HCM City’s two main wholesale markets--Hoc Mon and Binh Dien--starting next month, 

Chinese traders' requests for pork cuts limits sales of Vietnamese pork

VietNamNet Bridge - China consumes 144,000 tons of pork a day, according to FAO, but Vietnamese farmers cant sell their pork to the country because of demands made by Chinese traders.