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The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development is investigating reports of vegetables sold in supermarkets being marked with fake Vietnamese Good Agricultural Practices (VietGap) labels.


A spark for wire and cable exports, Vietnam’s economy grows robustly but risks intensify, Vegetable, fruit export growth slows, An alliance of 17 domestic taxi companies makes debut                


Nghi Son Economic Zone to be expanded, Vegetable, fruit export growth slows down, Deep processing needed to raise value of coffee: experts, Rice export shows positive signals, Vietnam runs biggest trade surplus with US, EU in 11 months

Vegetable, fruit exports surpass crude oil for first time

 Revenue from vegetable and fruit exports has reached more than US$3.1 billion so far, up 17.1% year-on-year and outstripping crude oil export earnings for the first time, Lao Dong newspaper reported.


 Vegetable, fruit imports surge in Jan-Sept, Ben Tre to hold Mekong Connect forum, Coffee exports down in volume, up in value, Five-star luxury hotels just got a whole lot more expensive in Hanoi


Vegetable, fruit import strongly increases, Nutritional packaged F&B taking off, Mekong Capital fund invests in education concern, Vietnam wins prize in Asia HRD Awards 2017, HCMC firm in pork traceability


 Economic growth and inflation targets proposed for 2017, Tech trader to open 350 food stores next year, VAMC to have new leaders, Vegetable, fruit exceeds rice export for first time, Hanoi’s GRDP increases by 8.5% in 2016

Many consumers shun vegetables, fruit at markets, buy organic instead

 VietNamNet Bridge – Believing that they are unsafe for health, many people are now reluctant to eat fruit and vegetables.

Noxious chemical pesticides favored in safe-vegetable growing area

 VietNamNet Bridge – In Van Noi commune, the biggest vegetable growing area of Hanoi, farmers spray the vegetable fields with toxic chemical pesticides, while selling away the biological pesticides subsidized by the State.

The vegetable growing village of Phuoc Van

 For hundreds of years, Phuoc Van Commune in Can Duoc District, Long An Province has been famous for vegetable growing.

Water spinach fields in Hanoi’s graveyard

 VietNamNet Bridge – In Co Nhue, Tu Liem District, and Quynh Thanh, Thanh Tri District, Hanoi, water spinach is planted near and even on tombs in the cemetery of Co Nhue commune. These vegetable fields are incredibly verdant.

Meat, vegetables top for bacterial contamination and chemical residues

VietNamNet Bridge - According to tests conducted in 2012, meat and vegetables took the lead for being contaminated with bacterium and chemical residues among agricultural products.

Exotic gardens amid the capital city

VietNamNet’s Le Anh Dung introduces the fancy gardens in Hanoi, which are located next to luxurious villas or unfinished construction projects.

Girl dressed in coconut leaves in Saigon

VietNamNet Bridge - Calling foreign visitors to use Vietnamese products, Pham Trieu Chinh, with the outfit made of coconut leaves, attracted the attention of many people.

Hanoi's new agricultural models

VietNamNet Bridge - In 2012, the Hanoi Department of Agriculture and Rural Development started to implement 28 agricultural models which contribute to changing the face of rural areas and increasing the income of the farmers.

Minister of Agriculture asks to tighten food security control

VietNamNet Bridge - Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Cao Duc Phat has asked relevant agencies to tighten food inspection to reduce the rate of vegetable with pesticide residue.