Vietnam: Ready to export chicken meat to Muslim countries' markets

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Published Feb 23, 2024

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The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development of Vietnam is collaborating with the Netherlands' De Heus Group to develop Halal-certified chicken products for export to Muslim countries. Despite the absence of Vietnamese Halal-certified meat products and state management standards, the parties aim to tap into the potential market of over 2 billion Muslims worldwide. A disease-free chicken production chain will be established between 2023 and 2028, with the goal of achieving Halal certification by December 2025. Deputy Minister Phung Duc Tien has urged De Heus to work with state agencies to overcome technical barriers and ensure the entire process from breeding to packaging meets Halal standards.
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At the working session between the working group of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and De Heus Group (Netherlands) on February 21 on building solutions to export chicken meat, products processed from chicken meat, and poultry eggs to Vietnam. Muslim countries (Halal market), Mr. Tong Xuan Chinh, Deputy Director of the Department of Livestock Shared: Currently, there are more than 2 billion Muslims in the world. The food they use every day must be certified according to Halal standards (Halal in Arabic means "legal". Businesses must meet all requirements and comply with standards and values. and the sacred laws of Islam according to the Quran and Shariah law in production will be licensed to be able to trade or export products for Muslims). According to statistics, on average each year, about 20,000 billion USD is used by Muslims to buy these foods. In Southeast Asia alone, there are about 860 million Muslims, each year about 460 billion USD is used to buy ...
Source: Agriculture
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