Vietnam street food festival in Moscow Culture - Sports

Vietnam street food festival in Moscow

The Vietnam street food festival, the eighth of its kind, was held at the Hanoi-Moscow trade centre complex (Incentra) in Moscow, Russia, on March 8-10 with a view to promoting Vietnamese culinary culture to Russian people and international friends.
Hanoi to serve free traditional food for reporters Society

Hanoi to serve free traditional food for reporters

Hanoi will serve free traditional food for reporters at the International Media Centre of the upcoming second DPRK-USA Hanoi Summit Vietnam that takes place on February 27-28, according to the municipal Department of Culture and Sports.
Banh gio, softest rice dough dumpling Society

Banh gio, softest rice dough dumpling

Banh gio (rice dough dumpling with minced pork and wood ear mushrooms inside) is favoured as a breakfast dish and as an after-school supper dish for children.
Hanoi works to ensure food safety during Tet Society

Hanoi works to ensure food safety during Tet

The food market to serve the Tet (Lunar New Year) festival is bustling with various kinds of products to meet increasing public demand but also poses high risks of unsafe food or violations in food safety and hygiene.
Cultivation targets 21 billion USD in export revenue Business

Cultivation targets 21 billion USD in export revenue

The Department of Crop Production under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has set the goals of 1.7 percent production growth and 21 billion USD in export revenue for the cultivation sector in 2019.
Inter-sectoral teams formed to check food safety for Tet Health

Inter-sectoral teams formed to check food safety for Tet

The Ministry of Health said on December 20 that six inter-sectoral teams will be set up to inspect food safety in 12 provinces and cities in the lead-up to the upcoming Lunar New Year (Tet) festival and spring festivals afterwards.
Incentives needed for agriculture sector Business

Incentives needed for agriculture sector

Though the Vietnamese government and Ho Chi Minh City’s administration offer many incentives and have favourable policies to encourage businesses to invest in agriculture, they often remain on paper, heard a conference held in the city on August 27.