Over 500 businesses attend food, beverage exhibition

Visitors at the 2016 VietFood, Beverage and Professional Packing Machines expo. — VNA/VNS Photo Hoang Hai The 21st annual VietFood, Beverage and Professional Packing Machines expo will be held in HCM City from August 9 to 12. More than 500 companies from 20 countries and territories will set up 600 booths to showcase their products, technologies and services used in the food and beverages, machinery and equipment, packing and food preservation, and franchise sectors. Local companies will account for half the total number with popular products like tea, coffee, other beverages, processed agricultural products, and fruits and dried fruits. The exhibition will see for the first time participants from countries like the Czech Republic, UAE, Brazil, and France. The expo will feature other events on its sidelines held in collaboration with the Vietnam Association of Retailers, HCM City Food and Foodstuff Association, Vietnam Beverage Association, Young Business Association, and the HCM City Business Association. Conferences on food and beverage retailing in Viet Nam and global retailing trends will be held in collaboration with the HCM City Food Association and Vietnam Association of Retailers. The event, to be held at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center in District 7, is being organised by the Vietnam National Trade Fair and Advertising Company in collaboration with the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and Food Standards Committee. — VNS   ... [read more]

HÀ NỘI - The Việt Nam Academy of Science and Technology (VAST) should spend more time applying scientific achievements to reality, especially in production, business and start-ups. Addressing a conference in Hà Nội yesterday, Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc pointed to existing problems in scientific research, including impractical studies. He said local scientists were busy pursuing unattainable issues without paying attention to the down-to-earth needs of businesses. The PM asked the VAST to study the reasonable use of mineral resources to increase value and avoid national resource waste. He urged the academy to put forth scientific and technological measures to monitor, control and handle the environment and address consequences caused by climate change, as well as create environmentally-friendly products, reduce production costs, and increase competitiveness. The Government leader suggested applying science and technology into processing and food preservation while expanding the high added value chain for farm produce. He told the VAST to increase the competitiveness of such key sectors as hi-tech agriculture, nanotech, artificial intelligence, and new-generation material production. In 2016, the VAST announced a total of over 2,000 fundamental scientific works, including 996 published in international journals. The institution has presented 28 intellectual property certificates, encompassing 11 inventions and 17 useful solutions, representing a year-on-year increase of 56 per cent, and published 39 monographs. Units under the VAST have conducted 1,070 scientific and technological contracts worth over VNĐ233 billion (US$10.23 million), up nearly 17 per cent against 2015. The VAST also made significant contributions to identifying the cause…... [read more]

Hanoi (VNA) – The Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology (VAST) should spare time studying the application of scientific achievements into reality, especially in production, business and start-up. Addressing a conference in Hanoi on December 27, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc pointed to existing problems in scientific research, including impractical studies. He said local scientists are busy pursuing unattainable issues without noticing down-to-earth needs of businesses. The PM asked the VAST to study the reasonable use of mineral resources to increase value and avoid national resource waste. He urged the academy to put forth scientific and technological measures to monitor, control and handle the environment and address consequences caused by climate change, as well as create environmentally-friendly products, reduce production cost, and increase competitiveness. The Government leader suggested applying science and technology into processing and food preservation while expanding high added value chain for farm produce. He told the VAST to increase the competitiveness of such key sectors as hi-tech agriculture, nanotech, artificial intelligence, and new-generation material production. In 2016, the VAST has announced a total of over 2,000 fundamental scientific works, including 996 published on international journals. The institution has presented 28 intellectual property certificates, encompassing 11 inventions and 17 useful solutions, representing a year-on-year increase of 56 percent, and published 39 monographs. Units under the VAST have conducted 1,070 scientific and technological contracts worth over 233 billion VND (10.23 million USD), up nearly 17 percent against 2015. The VAST also made significant contributions to identifying the cause of…... [read more]

In his speech at a year-end conference of the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology (VAST) on December 27, the government leader said that sufficient resources should be allocated to apply science and technology to production and startup projects. He suggested the Academy come up with appropriate solutions for the use of natural resources, environmental problems and climate change response. He also pointed to existing problems in scientific research, including impractical studies and asked the academy to devise scientific and technological measures to monitor, control and handle the environment and address consequences caused by climate change, as well as create environmentally-friendly products, reduce production cost, and increase competitiveness. The cabinet leader suggested applying science and technology into processing and food preservation while expanding high added value chain for farm produce. " It is essential to improve the competitiveness of such key sectors as hi-tech agriculture, nanotech, artificial intelligence, and new-generation material production," he emphasized. In 2016, the VAST has announced a total of over 2,000 fundamental scientific works, including 996 published on international journals. The institution has presented 28 intellectual property certificates, encompassing 11 inventions and 17 useful solutions, representing a year-on-year increase of 56 percent, and published 39 monographs. The VAST also greatly contributed to identifying the cause of the abnormal massive fish death in the central province, providing important scientific evidence on violations in the case and and dealing with consequences in the affected areas.... [read more]

The Hanoitimes - On November 9, the Vietfood & Beverage – ProPack Fair has been officially launched in Hanoi International Exhibition Centre at 91 Tran Hung Dao Street, drawing the participation of 180 enterprises from 11 countries and territories. The event, which will last until November 12, features 200 booths of enterprises from the Republic of Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, Italia, Denmark, Spain, and China. It also sees the presence of domestic famous brands such as Golden Farm, Minh Tien and Sen Viet coffee, Chinh Son tea, Minh Trung food and black garlic. Speaking at the opening ceremony, Le An Hai, deputy head of the Asia-Pacific Market Department, affirmed the fair aims to boost trade between domestic and foreign businesses. It offers a good chance for local producers to expand markets and boost exports while helping foreign ones seek their distributors in Vietnam. Hai said food and beverage is one of the industries with rapid growth in terms of quality and quantity and has great potential for development in Vietnam. It is the first time the Vietfood & Beverage - ProPack international exhibition will come to Hanoi after being held in HCM City for 20 years, with the expected participation of 180 enterprises from 11 countries and territories. According to the organiser - the Vietnam National Trade Fair & Advertising Company (Vinexad), products to be displayed at the exhibition include vegetables (fresh, dried, canned, processed), seafood (cooked, frozen), agricultural products (coffee, tea, cashew, pepper), food ingredients, beverage, confectionery, and packaging and…... [read more]

The Hanoitimes - The Vietfood and Beverage-ProPack international exhibition will take place in Hanoi International Exhibition Centre at 91 Tran Hung Dao Street on November 9-12. It is the first time the Vietfood & Beverage - ProPack international exhibition will come to Hanoi after being held in HCM City for 20 years, with the expected participation of 180 enterprises from 11 countries and territories. According to the organiser - the Vietnam National Trade Fair & Advertising Company (Vinexad), products to be displayed at the exhibition include vegetables (fresh, dried, canned, processed), seafood (cooked, frozen), agricultural products (coffee, tea, cashew, pepper), food ingredients, beverage, confectionery, and packaging and food preservation equipment. Particularly, the event will see a return of domestic agricultural brand names such as Golden Farm, Luong Quoi coconut products, Minh Tien Coffee, Chinh Son Tea, Minh Trung Food, among others. A highlight of the event is clean agricultural products, which meet the Global G.A.P standards. In the framework of the four-day event, a business exchange will take place from November 9-10 with the participation of 80 Vietnamese enterprises. The event is organised by Vinexad. It is expected to attract 180 enterprises with more than 200 pavilions from 11 countries and territories, including the Republic of Korea, Thailand, Russia, Malaysia, Italia, Denmark, Spain, Lithuania and China. Products displayed at the exhibition include vegetables (fresh, dried, canned, processed), seafood (cooked, frozen), agricultural products (coffee, tea, cashew, pepper), food ingredients, beverage, confectionery, and packaging and food preservation equipment. The four-day event is…... [read more]

Hanoi (VNA) – The Vietfood & Beverage - ProPack international exhibition will be held in Hanoi for the first time from November 9-12 with the expected participation of 180 enterprises from 11 countries and territories. According to the organiser - the Vietnam National Trade Fair & Advertising Company (Vinexad), products to be displayed at the exhibition include vegetables (fresh, dried, canned, processed), seafood (cooked, frozen), agricultural products (coffee, tea, cashew, pepper), food ingredients, beverage, confectionery, and packaging and food preservation equipment. Particularly, the event will see a return of domestic agricultural brand names such as Golden Farm, Luong Quoi coconut products, Minh Tien Coffee, Chinh Son Tea, Minh Trung Food, among others. A highlight of the event is clean agricultural products, which meet the Global G.A.P standards. In the framework of the four-day event, a business exchange will take place from November 9-10 with the participation of 80 Vietnamese enterprises. The Vietfood & Beverage - ProPack exhibition has been held annually in Ho Chi Minh City for the past two decades.-VNA... [read more]

Hanoi, October 10 (VNA) - The Vietfood and Beverage-ProPack international exhibition will take place at the Ha Noi International Exhibition Centre at 91 Tran Hung Dao Street on November 9 through 12. It is the first time the exhibition will come to Hanoi after being held in HCM City for 20 years. The event is organised by Vinexad. It is expected to attract 180 enterprises with more than 200 pavilions from 11 countries and territories, including the Republic of Korea, Thailand, Russia, Malaysia, Italia, Denmark, Spain, Lithuania and China. Products displayed at the exhibition include vegetables (fresh, dried, canned, processed), seafood (cooked, frozen), agricultural products (coffee, tea, cashew, pepper), food ingredients, beverage, confectionery, and packaging and food preservation equipment. The four-day event is also expected to attract about 15,000 visitors, especially e-commerce partners from agricultural areas, including the northern provinces of Hai Duong, Bac Giang, Lao Cai and Bac Ninh. VNA/VNP... [read more]

Vietfood, Beverage-ProPack Ha Noi exhibit The Vietfood and Beverage-ProPack international exhibition will take place at the Ha Noi International Exhibition Centre at 91 Tran Hung Dao street on November 9 through 12. It is the first time the exhibition will come to Ha Noi after being held in HCM City for 20 years. The event is organised by Vinexad. It is expected to attract 180 enterprises with more than 200 pavilions from 11 countries and territories, including South Korea, Thailand, Russia, Malaysia, Italia, Denmark, Spain, Lithuania and China. Products displayed at the exhibition include vegetables (fresh, dried, canned, processed), seafood (cooked, frozen), agricultural products (coffee, tea, cashew, pepper), food ingredients, beverage, confectionery, and packaging and food preservation equipment. The four-day event is also expected to attract about 15,000 visitors, especially e-commerce partners from agricultural areas, including the northern provinces of Hai Duong, Bac Giang, Lao Cai and Bac Ninh. Product origin key to seafood exports to EU Certificates of origin is a must for Vietnamese seafood exported to the EU, Siegfried Bank, an expert from the European Trade Policy and Investment Support Project (EU-MUTRAP), affirmed at a conference concerning the issue held in Ho Chi Minh City on October 7. Looking at the growth of Vietnam’s aquaculture in recent years, Bank noted the sector had low export volume but reeled in good revenue, ranking fourth worldwide. He stated the fact proved that Vietnamese seafood products have high added value, which Vietnamese businesses should consider as their strength and continue to…... [read more]

The event held by Vinexad is expected to attract 180 enterprises with more than 200 pavilions from 11 countries and territories, including the Republic of Korea, Thailand, Russia, Malaysia, Italia, Denmark, Spain, Lithuania and China. Vegetables (fresh, dried, canned, processed), seafood (cooked, frozen), agricultural products (coffee, tea, cashew, pepper), food ingredients, beverage, confectionery, and packaging and food preservation equipment will go on display at the event. It is predicted that as many as 15,000 visitors, especially e-commerce partners from agricultural areas of some northern provinces will participate in the four-day event. This is the first time for Hanoi to host such an event after it has been held in HCM City for 20 years.... [read more]




Links Topics : http://news.c10mt.com/2017/08/over-500-businesses-attend-food.html