Exports News

  • 14 reasons to eat sweet potatoes daily
    Sweet potatoes do not increase blood sugar or gain weight. Protein in sweet potato is very special due to its ability to inhibit colon and rectal cancer.
  • Coconut water export, the potential is not small
    Coconut water export, the potential is not small
  • THE EXPORT MARKET FOR VIETNAMES LEMONS
    The main export market for Vietnamese lemons is the Middle East (Dubai in particular), which accounts for 60-70% of the total export volume of lemons currently exported. Dubai has a large seaport Jebel Ali and the state\'s extremely preferential tariff policy should quickly become the focal point for distribution to neighboring countries in the form of \"temporary import, re-export\". Most importantly, Dubai is a relatively easy-to-use market, requiring no product certification (GlobalGap, VietGap, HAAC, etc.) as other markets. The most important factor for them is price.
  • The export news of fruits and vegetables in Vietnam (2017)
    According to statistics of the General Department of Customs, the output of vegetables and fruits of Vietnam to the markets in 2017 reached $ 233.5 million, down 7.9% compared with December 2016 but it raise 17% compared with 1/2016. Forecast vegetables in 2017 will reach more than $ 3 billion.
  • COCONUT MILK
    COCONUT MILK
    30/11/2019
    Coconut milk comes from the white flesh of mature brown coconuts, which are the fruit of the coconut tree. The milk has a thick consistency and a rich, creamy texture.
  • TAPIOCA STARCH
    TAPIOCA STARCH
    29/11/2019
    Starch is produced from grain or root crops. It is is produced primarily by the wet milling of fresh cassava roots. Extraction of starch from fresh cassava roots can be divided into five main stages: preparation (peeling and washing), rasping/pulping/grating, purification (starch washing), dewatering and drying, and finishing (milling and packaging).
  • EXPORTING LYCHEES TO AUSTRALIA
    Twelve years after it first applied, Vietnam can now export fresh lychees to Australia. Sending Vietnamese lychee to Australia has taken 12 years and several rounds of negotiations. It is hoped that successful lychee exports to Australia will pave the way for other Vietnamese agricultural products to enter the country.
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