Vietnam aims to increase value of coffee products by processing more than 25 percent of its coffee beans by 2020, according to the Processing and Market Development Authority.



Specifically, Vietnam hopes to increase the output of roasted coffee from 26,000 tonnes at present to 50,000 tonnes by 2020, mainly for domestic sale.

The Ministry of Agricuture and Rural Development has encouraged localities to develop technologies to process some 55,000 tonnes of instant coffee annually.