In Vietnam, cinnamon has another name as cassia. Vietnamese cinnamon is grown in several provinces but mainly in Yen Bai province. Specifically, Yen Bai accounts for nearly 90% of total of Vietnamese cinnamon. This land has soil and weather which are very favorable for growing high quality cinnamon in Vietnam. Vietnam is one of the […]Read more
Star aniseed or star anise as another name, which is a spice tree, growing a lot in Vietnam. Production of star anise in Vietnam ranks the second in the world, after China. Lang Son, Cao Bang, and Quang Ninh are the main provinces of growing star aniseed with an area of more than 50,000 ha. […]Read more
Using bamboo straws to replace plastic straws is one of the “green living” trends of many countries in the world. After many trials, in October 2018, we sucessfully procuded bamboo straw. This is the straw, which is made from Vietnamese bamboo and 100% natural production. Our bamboo straws are diligently produced by skillful workers. In […]Read more
Seedless lime (lime without seeds) is a special kind of fruit from Vietnam. Seedless lime is mostly planted in Southern provinces under VietGap standards. Therefore, Vietnamese seedless lime can meet any requirement for export. Each year, Vietnam exports hundred thousands of tones of seedless lime. The main export markets for Vietnamese seedless lime are Singapore, The […]Read more
Vietnamese carrot is mostly cultivated Hai Duong province and Bac Ninh province. Total area of carrot cultivation in two provinces is more than 4,000 ha with an annual quantity of 150,000 MTs. Agrideco Vietnam Co., Ltd. has earned an outstanding reputation for high quality carrot from Vietnam to global markets. Moreover, our prices are also very […]Read more
Fresh cabbage is one of the most popular vegetables in Vietnam. Cabbage is cultivated in almost provinces in the North in Vietnam. Hai Duong and Hung Yen are two main provinces that provide Vietnamese cabbage to export. There are two kind of fresh cabbage: round cabbage and chinese cabbage. Each year, the two provinces supply […]Read more
Fresh chilli is sporadically planted in provinces: Hai Phong, Hai Duong, Thai Binh, Dong Nai, Lang Son… Average capacity ranges from 10 MTs to 15 MTs per hectare. Normally, the first season of Vietnamese fresh chilli begins in April and finishes in August. Then, farmers take time to harvest and improve soil. After that, they cultivate the […]Read more
Historically, dragon fruit is planted in the southern parts of Vietnam. However, farmers have recently been planting Vietnamese dragon fruit in the North. Most of dragon fruits are now planted in Vietnam under Vietgap standards. Vietnam is a leading country that exports dragon fruit. Vietnamese dragon fruit has entered into many tough markets, such as […]Read more
Cassia powder is not only a common spice but also a good medicine for health and beauty care. This is a new product…Read more
In order to take advantage of the Europe-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), Vietnamese enterprises should pay more attention to intellectual property rights.
The agriculture sector in the first half of this year attracted about VNĐ11.4 trillion (US$491.3 million) to 11 new and existing projects processing farming products,…Read more
In the afternoon of 20th February 2019, the People’s Committee of Hai Duong province held a conference in Cam Giang district. The conference…Read more
Lao Cai province has planned cinnamon planting areas and processing facilities with the scale of 25,000 ha by 2025.
Dong Thap province cultivates many kinds of small chili: Chanh Phong, Thien Ngoc, Sen Hong… In the season of 2019, the total area…Read more