More than 200 domestic and international exhibitors will participate in a coffee, food and beverage exhibition called Vietnam International Café Show 2022 from July 21 - 23 at Sai Gon International Exhibition and Convention Center in HCM City.
The Viet Nam Coffee and Cocoa Association has targeted a coffee export turnover of US$5-6 billion in 2030, doubling the export value at present.
The World Records Union (WorldKings) has just recognised Vietnam as the largest producer and exporter of robusta coffee to the global market.
Located in a small dark alley on Hang Gai Street, Cà Phê Phố Cổ is a hidden cafe in the middle of the capital. Visitors come here for the famous egg coffee and the exotic architecture preserved from a century ago.
The Vietnamese metropolis of Ho Chi Minh City has been listed among the world’s top 10 most endorsed destinations by travelers to enjoy coffee, according to an article posted by travel website Booking.com.
Vietnamese producers continue to have a faint imprint on the world’s deep-processed coffee market, and many small businesses are now beginning to pay more attention to branding, while larger ones seek new ways to increase export output.
Vietnam gained $2.7 billion from shipping an estimated 1.7 million tonnes of coffee abroad in 2020, accounting for over 10 percent of the world’s coffee value and 18 percent of the market share.
It is currently coffee harvesting season in the central highlands region and despite the hard work, many workers have arrived for seasonal work which can pay well.
As chilling wind blows through Hanoi streets, it’s the time for Hanoi’s drink connoisseurs to enjoy a cup of rich flavor piping hot drink - the “cà phê trứng” or egg coffee, a Hanoi specialty that nowhere else in the world could be found.
The farmers in the Central Highlands region, Vietnam's coffee-growing hub, are busy harvesting coffee as the harvest starts from November to December.
On September 16 Vinh Hiep Co. Ltd of Pleiku City shipped 296 tonnes of coffee to Belgium and Germany at zero tariff.
Vietnamese businesses on Wednesday announced the first batches of passion fruit and coffee exported to Europe following the Europe-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA).
The ongoing global health crisis has left the Vietnamese coffee export industry in the lurch due to continued falls in price.