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Update news vegetables

Watercress is only fresh when it is planted in regions with clean water. If a small part of it is covered in dirt or polluted water, the plant will turn yellow and die.

Coffee, fruit and vegetable industries agree on CoC to encourage sustainability

The CoC is an independent and voluntary set of standards that aim to establish appropriate standards in micro-, small and medium-sized enterprises, cooperatives, and farmer households.

 

Farmers’ pain: tons of vegetables rot in fields

Different from previous years, the prices for vegetables after the Lunar New Year (Tet) have fallen due to the impact of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and quick growth because of good weather.

US becomes Vietnam’s largest supplier of fruits, vegetables

The US has become Vietnam’s largest supplier of fruits and vegetables in the first four months of the year, recording a 44% increase year-on-year in export value to $102.1 million, according to the Vietnam Fruit and Vegetable Association.

Housewife shows off artistic gowns made from vegetables

A Vietnamese housewife has displayed a series of skillfully crafted gowns which have been created using ordinary vegetables found in most kitchens. Let’s take a closer look at some of the gorgeous gowns depicted in her artworks:

Farmers in the Mekong Delta continue switch to high-value crops

The Mekong Delta province of Hau Giang plans to grow other crops on around 4,000ha of fields which only grow one rice crop a year or are unproductive by 2030.

Vietnam spends much on vegetables, fruits import

It’s unbelievable but true though Vietnam is one of the planet’s tropical fruit meccas, Vietnamese consumers pour a lot of money on foreign fruits.

High demand from Korea, Japan for Vietnamese fruits, vegetables

 With their high demand for agricultural products, South Korea and Japan offer opportunities for Viet Nam to boost export of farm produce, especially fruits and vegetables.

Lam Dong farmers reap the rewards from organic crops

Farmers in the Central Highlands Province of Lam Dong have reaped large profit since they turned their coffee acreage into baby cauliflower farms.