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Vietnam's demand for milk is still low compared to the world

Published May 21, 2024

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The article highlights the growth and development of the dairy industry in Vietnam, with a focus on meeting the increasing demand for milk among the Vietnamese population. Despite the progress, the per capita milk consumption in Vietnam remains lower than that of Thailand, Singapore, and European countries. The National Institute of Nutrition has identified high rates of malnutrition and micronutrient deficiency among Vietnamese children, underscoring the importance of milk and dairy products as a source of nutrition. The Vietnam Dairy Association anticipates continued growth in milk production, with estimates showing a 2.7% increase in liquid milk production and a 6.3% increase in powdered milk production in 2022. The industry is also embracing sustainable practices, including green production and consumption, and plans to host the 4th International Exhibition of Dairy Industry and Dairy Products in 2024.
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Source: laodong.vn The 4th international exhibition of dairy industry and dairy products in Vietnam. Photo: provided by BTC Vietnamese people's demand for milk has increased Associate Professor, Dr. Le Bach Mai, former Deputy Director of the National Institute of Nutrition, shared that with unremitting efforts, the Vietnamese dairy industry has ensured the basic milk needs of the Vietnamese people. However, Vietnam's per capita demand for milk is still low compared to the world, reaching only 26 - 28 liters/person/year, while Thailand is 35 liters/person/year, Singapore is 45 liters. /person/year and European countries from 80 - 100 liters/person/year. The milk market in Vietnam has been rich in types from milk for children to the elderly, healthy people to sick people, workers, sports practitioners to convalescents... Associate Professor, Dr. Le Bach Mai, former Deputy Director of the National Institute of Nutrition, shared about the milk consumption needs of Vietnamese people. ...
Source: AgroInfo.vn
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