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 VietNamNet Bridge – Most enterprises at industrial parks in HCM City are lax about providing their workers with completely safe and nutritious meals.

Unsafe food, a headache for Vietnamese people

 The sale of unhygienic food and products of unclear origin is concerning the public, with the entire political system needed to tackle the issue.

Consumers organise to support safe food

 VietNamNet Bridge – Scandals related to contaminated and unsafe food in recent years have become an issue of major public concern as consumers fear the health consequences.

It is Vietnamese killing each other

 Simple greed has fuelled many people to use harmful chemicals in the production of food, wreaking destruction on the environment despite the dire consequences it has for their fellow country people.

Unhygienic habits mar street food experience

 While people are more worried about the flood of unsafe food, they often continue to indulge in unhygienic habits when it comes to street food, ignoring various latent health risks.

Unsafe food is the top cause of cancer in Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge - Every year Vietnam has about 200,000 new cases of cancer, with 75,000 deaths, making Vietnam one of the countries with the alarming rate of cancer.

How unsafe food reaches Vietnamese’s dining-table?

 VietNamNet Bridge – As the New Year holidays are coming, contaminated sausage, smoked pork legs made of expired frozen meat, and dried grapes dyed of industrial colorings are slipping into stores and supermarkets.

Unsafe food is 'growing global threat', says WHO

Eating food contaminated with bugs leads to more than half a billion cases of illness a year, the World Health Organization warns.  

Beggars still rampant in HCM City despite crackdown

Ministry vows to take drastic measures against unsafe food; Beggars still rampant in HCM City despite crackdown; Newspaper fined for violating regulations; First fatal case of hand-foot-mouth disease in 2015;

Death from... mouth!

According to the Environment Police Agency, Vietnam is one of the countries with the highest rate of morbidity and mortality from cancer in the world. Recent studies show that 70 percent of cancer cases in the country are due to unsafe diet.