Dong Nai promotes consumption of over 100 tonnes of Bac Giang lychee hinh anh 1 The Dong Nai Provincial Police Women’s Union has coordinated with other agencies in the consumption of more than 2.5 million tonnes of Bac Giang lychees. (Photo: VNA) 

Dong Nai (VNA) - The Department of Market Management of southern Dong Nai province said that it has coordinated with other units in the province to support the consumption of 110 tonnes of Bac Giang lychees.

This was a part of the plan to coordinate, support and create favourable conditions for the circulation and consumption of agricultural products of localities with large output, including Bac Giang lychees, in the context of the complicated developments of the COVID-19 pandemic which affected the consumption of local products, according to the department.

The department has been proactive in collaborating with relevant agencies in proposing solutions for consuming lychees as directed by the government, the Ministry of Industry and Trade and provincial People’s Committee.

They are required to remove difficulties relating to the circulation and consumption of lychees, giving maximum priority to the purchasing, distribution and consumption of the product.

Favourable condition will be created for trucks transporting lychees and other agricultural products of northern Bac Giang province to enter Dong Nai province, it said, adding that it must meet the government and provincial COVID-19 pandemic prevention rules.

The management boards of supermarkets, markets and small traders and shops in Dong Nai province will join hands to support the purchase of seasonal agricultural products, solving difficulties of farmers where the COVID-19 pandemic occurs. They will also coordinate with relevant agencies in creating favourable conditions for vehicles to transport goods into the province.

Agencies in the province are supporting the selling agricultural products on e-commerce platforms, encouraging trade centres, supermarkets, markets, shops to increase the consumption of safe agricultural products in the locality. Priority will be given to agricultural products with large output./.