Exporting vegetables and fruits, many opportunities to explode in Vietnam

Regulation & Compliances
Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 24, 2024

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Vietnam's strategic fruit products, including durian, coconut, banana, mango, and dragon fruit, are projected to thrive in the export market by 2024. The country's Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development is working to ensure quality standards and aims to reach a fruit and vegetable export target of 6.5-7 billion USD in 2024. The goal is to become a leading exporter in the region, matching Thailand's annual turnover of about 8 billion USD. To achieve this, businesses need to improve quality, comply with regulations, demonstrate traceability, and show ambition.
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"Full" of orders at the beginning of the year According to the Vietnam Fruit and Vegetable Association, in 2024, durian, coconut, banana, mango, and dragon fruit are still strategic products of our country. In particular, durian is considered a strength, with up to 708 growing areas and 168 packaging facilities allowed to export to China. In addition, in anticipation of products that will be signed with the Protocol such as passion fruit, coconut and frozen durian, businesses have made preparations. Besides durian, many Vietnamese fruits also had export shipments in the first days of the new year Giap Thin 2024: a lot of star apple in the Mekong Delta was successfully exported to the US; dragon fruit to China... Or like on the afternoon of February 15, in Hai Duong, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony to congratulate the export of carrot shipments from Ameii Vietnam Joint Stock Company to the Japanese market. In January 2024, An Giang province ...
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