Vietnam: The products during flood season in An Giang

Frozen Crab
Published Oct 14, 2023

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A bustling warehouse in An Giang province near the Cambodian border is purchasing crabs and snails caught by fishermen from the fields and transported from Cambodia. The warehouse workers sort and pack the products, which are then distributed to markets in various provinces. Despite lower floods this year, the flood season still brings a steady income for the locals and is seen as an opportunity for business and economic development.
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Recorded in the border area of An Giang province, a warehouse for purchasing flood season products (crabs, snails) in Bac Dai hamlet, Nhon Hoi commune, An Phu district is bustling with the laughter and laughter of fishermen. catch and collector. According to observations, in the river there are many boats and boats carrying crabs and snails purchased from people caught in the fields and transported from Cambodia, because this place is only about 1km from the Cambodian border. At the warehouse for purchasing products during the flood season, there are about a dozen workers carrying the products ashore, sorting and packing them. At Vinh Hoi Dong market (An Phu district, An Giang province), more than 1km from the Cambodian border, people run to transport shrimp, fish, crabs, and snails from Cambodia to the market to sell. Besides, local people also bring products caught in the fields to the barn to sell. The warehouse owner then distributes the goods to his friends and transports ...
Source: Danviet
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