List of Vietnamese agricultural products that are popular around the world

Published May 17, 2024

Tridge summary

In 2023, Vietnam's export turnover of agricultural and aquatic products reached 32.5 billion USD, a 5.3% increase from 2022, driven by significant growth in vegetables, fruits, rice, cashew nuts, and coffee. Fruit and vegetable exports surged by nearly 70%, with durian leading, and China being the largest market. Rice exports also saw notable growth, with 5% broken rice prices rising by 42.6% to 653 USD/ton. Asia remained the largest market for rice, with the Philippines, Indonesia, and China as top importers. Despite a decrease in volume, the value of exports to the Philippines increased by 17.6%. Vietnam also maintained its position as the world's second-largest coffee exporter, benefiting from higher Robusta coffee prices.
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According to statistics from the General Department of Customs, in 2023, export turnover of agricultural and aquatic products will reach 32.5 billion USD, an increase of 5.3% compared to 2022 and accounting for about 9.1% of the country's total exports. The Vietnam Import-Export Report 2023 recently published by the Ministry of Industry and Trade clearly states: Contributing to this growth, there are 4 groups of Vietnamese agricultural products achieving positive export value compared to 2022, including: Vegetables and fruits achieving positive export value compared to 2022. 5.6 billion USD, up 66.7%; rice reached 8.1 million tons, turnover reached 4.7 billion USD, up 14.4% in volume and 35.3% in value; Cashew nuts reached 644 thousand tons, worth over 3.6 billion USD, up 24% in volume and 18.1% in value; Coffee reached 1.6 million tons, turnover reached more than 4.2 billion USD, down 8.7% in volume but up 4.6% in value. Fruit and vegetable exports increased by nearly 70%. ...
Source: Vietstock
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