Facing consumers’ fear of unsafe food, the Vinamit JSC has developed clean farming methods and applied high technologies in food processing and preservation. Aside from other dried agricultural produce, freeze-dried coffee products are one of the firm’s latest ideas. Vinamit General Director Nguyen Lam Vien said that freeze-dried products are the outcome of his company’s devotion to producing convenient and healthy organic products. Photo for illustration Many surveys show that today’s consumers have high demands for clean coffee. Notably, almost all export markets request that product origins be traceable. Businesses need to not only actively build brands but also satisfy the demands of modern consumerism. Tran Thanh Hai, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the NutiFood Nutrition Food JSC, said the domestic instant coffee market currently faces fierce competition from large, long-standing coffee brands from both Vietnam and other countries. … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s processed coffee looks to create a buzz in global markets
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General Director of Nestlé Vietnam Ganesan Ampalavanar speaks at the forum (Source: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) - Nestlé Vietnam has helped over 20,000 households of coffee growers improve productivity and income through applying new technology from the NESCAFÉ Plan project, said the firm’s General Director Ganesan Ampalavanar. Ganesan Ampalavanar revealed this information at the World Economic Forum on ASEAN 2018 (WEF ASEAN 2018) from September 11 - 13 in Hanoi. Ganesan Ampalavanar delivered a presentation at the panel session “Food Systems: Innovative ASEAN” and opened the session “Accelerating Trade and Investment in Asia Pacific”. At the session on Food Systems - ASEAN Reform, Ganesan Ampalavanar emphasised the need to shift the food system on the threat of supply shortage, saying that the application of technologies in agricultural production as well as change of business models are innovative ways to overcome the situation. He … [Read more...] about Nestlé Vietnam helps coffee farmers improve productivity, income
VietNamNet Bridge - As experts affirm that single-serve will be the new trend, Vietnamese producers are gearing up to jump into the capsule coffee market segment. Nestle inaugurated a new capsule coffee production line in Dong Nai Nestlé inaugurated a new Nescafe Dolce Gusto capsule production line in Dong Nai province in July. For many years, Vietnam has been exporting coffee beans, but only one-third of exporters have processing mills. Though one of the biggest coffee exporters in the world, Vietnam earns $3.24 billion in revenue. The figure is modest if noting that the global coffee market is valued at $500 billion, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD). RELATED NEWS Vietnam’s coffee industry relies on merchants What is the standard for ‘safe roasted coffee’? Mai Chi … [Read more...] about Nestle’s capsule coffee production gives push to Vietnam’s coffee industry
VietNamNet Bridge - Both Vietnamese and foreign investors are rushing to pour money into coffee farms and coffee house chains as the market is very promising. But not all of them will succeed. More new coffee brands have turned up More new coffee brands have turned up in the Vietnamese coffee market, where ‘veterans’ like Trung Nguyen, Vinacafe Bien Hoa and Nestle are holding their firm positions. Three ‘big guys’ Though the trio has similar products, each has special characteristics which make them original. Trung Nguyen ranks Number 1 in terms of diversity with many coffee products, from instant to roasted coffee to civet coffee. Nescafe provides a wide range of mineral water products, food for children, and coffee and dairy products. Meanwhile, Vinacafe only focuses on products made of coffee, offering diverse coffee flavors for choice. More new coffee brands have turned up in the Vietnamese coffee market, where ‘veterans’ … [Read more...] about Is it easy to make money from Vietnam’s coffee market?
VietNamNet Bridge - The domestic coffee market in the past was controlled by big players Trung Nguyen, Nestcafe and Vinacafe. But now the competition is stiff, with the presence of many strong brands. Vietnam is a big coffee exporter In 2013, the market began heating up with the arrival of Starbucks and other coffee chains, including South Korea’s Coffee Bene, the US’s PJ’s Coffee and Vietnam’s The Coffee House, Trung Nguyen, Highlands, Phuc Long and Passio.‘Laymen’ also grow coffee Vietnam has over 150 coffee export companies and 3,000 coffee collectors, but only one-third of enterprises have coffee bean processing factories that make products for export. This is the first state-owned enterprise in Dak Lak to be equitized.The battle of the coffee chains RELATED NEWS Vietnam’s coffee industry relies on merchants Firms aim for higher profits by selling processed coffee Chi Mai … [Read more...] about Who rules Vietnam’s coffee market?
Each year, Vietnam’s coffee exports to the Middle East market reach up to US$12 million. The world’s second biggest coffee exporter, mainly ships raw materials, however, this story is likely to turn a new page with the entry of Vietnamese brand, King Coffee. During the Dubai International Coffee & Tea Festival held recently in Dubai, TNI International, owner of King Coffee, inked cooperation agreements with major economic groups from UAE, under the witnesses of Vietnamese representatives. Vietnam will step up the processing of instant and roasted coffee, as well as other coffee products. Vietnamese Ambassador to the UAE Trinh Vinh Quang said that the presence of King Coffee brand in the world market and its development in the Middle East market as well, has demonstrated its efforts, including its vision, prestige and professionalism, especially this new appearance of “Made in Vietnam” product. The Dubai International Coffee & Tea Festival is the … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s coffee brand enters Middle East market
(Cinet) - The Dak Lak provincial People’s Committee opened the 3rd International Buon Ma Thuot coffee festival 2011 with the theme of “ Fair and Exhibition about coffee” on the afternoon of March 10. The fair is contributed by 650 show-cases with over 180 enterprises. The festival relates to coffee tree such as a processed coffee, some products from coffee; technology and equipment for processing coffee and research programs about coffee tree, and origin of coffee,etc. Main activities of the festival are street carnival, coffee-related exhibition and fair, strong trade marks showcase, “How to develop Buon Ma Thuot’s coffee in a sustainable way” seminar with the participation of domestic and international leading experts, business-people. The organizing board is expected to lure 50 coffee-related companies including 18 international ones from Brazil, Columbia, Indonesia, Ethiopia... to the event, together with 1 million visitors. This is a … [Read more...] about Dak Lac’s Coffee Festival opens
The event was organised by the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (VICOFA) and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD). Addressing the event, MARD Minister Nguyen Xuan Cuong underlined the development of the coffee sector. Vietnam made up less than one percent of the world’s coffee output 30 years ago. In 2016, Vietnam became the world’s second biggest coffee producer, with 645,000 hectares producing 1.6 million tonnes of beans. The sector earned US$3.4 billion in export value and provided jobs for some 600,000 people in the year. Coffee plants have made significant contribution to the nation’s development and the wellbeing of Vietnamese farmers, Cuong said. By 2030, Vietnam aims to reduce coffee growing area in places with unfavourable conditions while focusing on processing and stakeholder connections to raise added value, said Cuong. He also noted the potential for Vietnam’s coffee sector, elaborating that the world’s … [Read more...] about Measures sought to increase added value of coffee
The first Vietnamese Coffee Day opens at the Lam Vien Square in Da Lat, aiming to boost productivity and quality while adding value to homegrown bean (Photo: vovworld.vn) Le Quoc Doanh, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, said at the opening ceremony that coffee was among Vietnam’s key products, accounting for a large proportion of the country’s exports. It has contributed significantly to the nation’s poverty alleviation efforts in particular and socio-economic development in general, especially for the people in the Central Highlands, he said. Pham S, Vice Chairman of the People’s Committee of Lam Dong province, where Da Lat is located, said that development of the coffee industry has brought thousands of jobs for people in the Central Highlands. The first Vietnamese Coffee Day was marked with an exhibition and several other activities including workshops to discuss ways to ensure sustainable development of the domestic coffee industry in the … [Read more...] about First Vietnamese Coffee Day feted
December 10 was selected as Vietnamese Coffee Day by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.With the theme “New Development Stage for Vietnam’s Coffee Industry”, Vietnamese Coffee Day includes an international seminar on the development of the country’s coffee industry, with the participation of organizations and entrepreneurs from the world’s leading coffee countries, an exhibition introducing high quality coffee products from famous coffee plantations nationwide, and tours to coffee production and processing areas using high technology in Lam Dong.Visitors will have the chance to learn about the coffee culture of different areas and regions in Vietnam, while producers and enterprises can distribute market information, share experiences, and seek business partners. Local businesses can also promote their products to local and international consumers.Vietnam’s central highlands has over 450,000 ha of coffee trees, accounting for over 90 per cent of the … [Read more...] about First Vietnamese Coffee Day on way in Da Lat