Vietnam Farm & Food Expo 2017

Date: 26 ~ 28, July 2017

Venue: Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center, SECC - 799 Nguyen Van Linh Str., Dist.7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Introduction of the potential and advantages of Vietnam’s agricultural products

Vietnam is known to be one of the leading agricultural exporters in the world. At present, Vietnam's agricultural products are present mostly in big import markets such as USA, EU and Japan. The total agricultural export value accounts for 20% of the total export turnover of the country, striving to reach the total value of USD 39-40 billion by 2020.

Expanding the export market

The show facilitates the promotion of Vietnam's agricultural commodities and foodstuffs to key export markets; at the same time expands new export markets, potential markets, strengthens the connectivity between exporters and importers to meet market requirements.

Promoting, encouraging consumption of fine agri-products and food

The consumers' current trend is towards fine, natural-derived products. Ensuring a fine products value chain "from farm to fork" is the first production criteria of many of today's true agricultural producers. The show aims to introduce, honor, and

promote the brands as the pioneering and positive factors.

Seeking and calling for foreign investment

The potential of Vietnam’s agriculture is enormous, but the rate of science and technology application is not high. Therefore, one of the key tasks of our agriculture is seeking and calling for foreign agricultural science and technology investment in our agricultural industry, especially from countries of potential and well-developed agriculture, who could help us reach a comprehensive agriculture in order to catch up with the countries in the region.

Improving agribusiness network to farmers

The show does agribusiness networking to agricultural producers and domestic and foreign enterprises to enhance the investment, production and consumption of agricultural products in the value-added chain of products. This not only helps farmers benefit, but also contributes to the co

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