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Vietnam Names 132 High Quality Farm, Forestry Produces
20 | 09 | 2007
Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has granted certificates to 132 farm produces by 42 enterprises, highlighting their high quality and good trade prestige, local media reported.
The produces include nine agricultural items, comprising rubber, coffee, tea, cashew, pepper, fruit and vegetable, sugar, animal feed, and forestry products.
Among them, coffee industry received six certificates, which were delivered to Tin Nghia Coffee Co., Thang Loi Coffee Co., Tay Nguyen Coffee Investment and Export Co., 2-9 Dak Lak Coffee Co. and Buon Ho Coffee Co.
Ten tea products were granted the certificates, produced by Hugn Cuong, Cau Tre, Phu Tho, Than Uyen, Son Lo and Vietnam General Tea Companies.
Meanwhile, seven certificates were awarded to cashew industry, nine to sugar, three to forestry, one to pepper, ten to fruit and vegetable and 22 to animal feed industries.
MARD said the certificates will be valid within five years.
Vietnam earned US$4.225 billion from farm produce exports and US$1.449 billion from forestry products exports in the first eight months of 2007.
Among farm produce exports, coffee export made most remarkable growth both in terms of volume and value, at 940,000 tons and US$1.413 billion, respectively. With US$808 million revenue, rubber export ranked third in farm produces (after rice). But the figure showed on year decrease of 0.6 per cent in value and 1.2 per cent in volume with 422,000 tons being exported totally.
Cashew nut export posted the fourth position with total export surging by 20.5 per cent in volume and 24.4 per cent in value, to 96,000 tons worth US$396 million, respectively.
In spite of a sharp fall of 42.6 per cent in volume, at only 58,000 tons, pepper export revenue still increased by 20.3 per cent to US$178 million in eight months. The country remained as the biggest pepper supplier for the world, making for nearly 60 per cent of global market share.
Tea export saw modest rise by 7.2 per cent in volume and 6.2 per cent in value, plodding to 70,000 tons worth US$72 million.

                                                                                            (Vietnam Economic Times)

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