Bright prospects for fisheries sector in final quarter Business

Bright prospects for fisheries sector in final quarter

The COVID-19 pandemic could provide a good opportunity for the Vietnamese fisheries sector to increase its share in oversea markets, especially with foreign rivals engulfed by lockdowns or other forms of restrictions, experts have said.
Vietnam qualified to export catfish to the US Business

Vietnam qualified to export catfish to the US

The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) under the US Department of Agriculture recently proposed that Vietnam would be eligible to export catfish and other fish products to the US market, according to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP).
Australia agrees to re-import processed shrimps from Vietnam Business

Australia agrees to re-import processed shrimps from Vietnam

The Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources has received a document from the National Agro-Forestry-Fisheries Quality Assurance Department (NAFIQAD) affirming that Vietnam is able to meet all requirements in Australia’s new import conditions for processed shrimps.
Seafood firms urged to register online Business

Seafood firms urged to register online

The National Agro-Forestry-Fisheries Quality Assurance Department has urged local seafood producers to apply for e-certificates through the national single window registration system.
EU beef imports to Vietnam recover Business

EU beef imports to Vietnam recover

The European Union’s beef imports to Vietnam should recover as mad cow disease gets under control in Europe and the potential market in Vietnam lures imports with high demand and zero import tariff.
Food safety management ineffective Society

Food safety management ineffective

State management of food safety and hygiene should be re-organised as it remains ineffective in monitoring unsafe food sold in the market, experts have said.
MARD stops licensing seafood shipments to EU Business

MARD stops licensing seafood shipments to EU

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) will no longer grant licences for seafood shipments from exporters blocked by the European Union for using banned substances in their products.