HCM City starts tracing poultry origins Society

HCM City starts tracing poultry origins

HCM City’s programme for tracing the origin of poultry meat sold at retail outlets kicked off on October 3, according to the HCM City Department of Industry and Trade.
EU, promising market of Vietnamese chicken meat Business

EU, promising market of Vietnamese chicken meat

Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Vu Van Tam had a working session in Hanoi on September 28 with the Dutch company Jan Zandbergen, and some partners exporting livestock products to the EU.
Poultry firm imports top-notch chickens Business

Poultry firm imports top-notch chickens

Hoa Phat Poultry Company Limited has imported the first batch of Hy-Line Brown chicken breed, the world’s most balanced brown egg layer, from the UK-based Hy-Line International
Cattle foot-and-mouth disease put under control Society

Cattle foot-and-mouth disease put under control

The cattle foot-and-mouth disease type A has been put under control in the country with only one hotbed left in Ia Sal Commune, Ayum Pa Town in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai as of August 11.
 HCM City plans to trace poultry origins Business

HCM City plans to trace poultry origins

After gaining encouraging results from a pilot programme that allows consumers to check the origin of pork, the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Industry and Trade last weekend announced a new plan to use information technology to control and trace the origin of poultry meat and eggs also.
Vietnam, Denmark share experience in food safety Society

Vietnam, Denmark share experience in food safety

Vietnam’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and Denmark’s Ministry of Environment and Food shared experience in food safety management for pork value chains at a workshop in Ho Chi Minh City on May 23.
Dak Lak: bird flu forces cull of 3,565 poultry Health

Dak Lak: bird flu forces cull of 3,565 poultry

The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak and relevant authorities destroyed 3,475 ducks and 90 chickens infected with the A/H5N1 virus.