Local staples offered at Hanoi’s spring fair 2019

Update: 12:05 | 26/01/2019

An array of specialties, safe agro-forestry-fishery products and handicrafts are being showcased at the Spring Fair 2019 which opened at the Trade Promotion Centre of Agriculture, Hanoi on January 25.

At the 150-booth fair are Minh Phu shrimp, Ca Mau crab, Da River fish, Phu Quoc fish sauce, Ha Long fried ground squid cakes, clean vegetables, Moc Chau tea and milk, huyetrong (red) rice, Seng Cu rice, Ly Son garlic, and regional fruits among others.

Local staples, Hanoi’s spring fair 2019, safe agro-forestry-fishery products,  handicrafts, 150-booth fair, regional fruits

Dien grape fruits sold at the spring fair.

Products with clear origin will be introduced at the event.

According to Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Phung Duc Tien, the fair is an important agricultural trade promotion event to boost consumption ahead of the traditional Lunar New Year (Tet).

The fair creates a venue for agricultural cooperatives as well as businesses to popularise their brands and introduce quality and safe products to the consumers.

Various art performances are scheduled at the event, which runs until February 2.

 

Bac Giang fruits promoted everywhere
(BGO) – The orchards and village roads in Luc Ngan district, Bac Giang province have recently been hustle and bustle with fruit buying and selling sessions. The products are consumed in both local markets and other provinces. 
 
Over 15,000 tonnes of citrus fruits for Tet market
(BGO) – According to the Division of Agriculture and Rural Development in Luc Ngan district, Bac Giang province, it is the peak harvest season of the sweet orange and pomelo serving to the Tet market. 
 
Over 135 tonnes of fruits sold at Luc Ngan fair for orange, pomelo and signature products
(BGO) – According to a local representative in Luc Ngan district People’s Committee in the northern province of Bac Giang, after three days, over 135 tonnes of fruits were sold at the Luc Ngan fair 2018 for orange, pomelo and signature products as of November 26. 
 
Citrus fruits yield over 50,000 tonnes in Luc Ngan district
(BGO) – According to the Division of Agriculture and  Rural Development in Luc Ngan district, Bac Giang province, the district has more than 6,400 hectares growing citrus trees. 
 

Source: VNA

 
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