Business

Big coffee companies vie for domestic market share

The major players in the instant-coffee market failed to attract public attention with their recent marketing campaigns, but new coffee brands have been able to do this, the English language news portal VietNamNet Bridge reported.
Business

Vietnam set to become world’s largest coffee exporter

In the staunchly competitive coffee industry, leading economists forecast Vietnam is set to become the world’s largest coffee exporter, providing the Southeast Asian nation can surmount its shortcomings, radio The Voice of Vietnam (VOV) reported.
Business

Local IP rights need protection abroad

Although Vietnam’s intellectual property right registration abroad has recently seen positive changes, the number of registration applications handed to the National Office of Intellectual Property of Vietnam (NOIP) each year remains too small, reported the Ministry of Industry and Trade's Vietnam Economic News.
Business

Vietnam promotes tea, coffee at int’l expo

Vietnam is promoting tea and coffee products at an international exposition held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from March 27-31, aiming to boost exports of such commodities to the regional country.
Business

Exporters target EU quality standards

Local firms should focus on improving competitiveness in the quality of export products for the European Union (EU) market in the future, said a trade official.
Society

Dak Lak ready for coffee festival

The Central Highlands province of Dak Lak is ready for the third coffee festival scheduled for March 10-15, Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Tran Hieu affirmed.
Business

Coffee industry brews up plans

Vietnam 's coffee industry should invest in more professional facilities, adequate irrigation methods and efficient watering systems to gain a stronger foothold in the global market, speakers at the Asia International Coffee Conference (AICC) said in HCM City .
Business

Ministry limits new coffee cultivation

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) will keep the country’s total coffee cultivation area of between 450,000 and 500,000 ha, with an average productivity of 2 or 2.4 tonnes per ha in coming years.
Business

Coffee growers & processors urged to raise quality

The Vietnam Cacao and Coffee Association has urged coffee growers and processors to constantly improve the quality of coffee beans and products following the International Coffee Organisation’s recent warning of the CQP standard of Vietnamese coffee.