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Vietnam: Exports of vegetables and fruits have risen significantly in Q1

Exports of vegetables and fruits over the first three months of the year have brought in US$526 million, a 41 % year-on-year rise, said the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) according to “Nhan Dan online”.

China remains the biggest importer of vegetables and fruits, accounting for 71 % of the total volume. Meanwhile, Vietnam spent approximately US$153 million on imported vegetables and fruits, a 39 % year-on-year increase, in which Thailand was the biggest provider and earned nearly US$41 million. In the first two months of the year, China imported fruits and vegetables from Vietnam worth over US$236 million. Last year, exports of vegetables and fruits brought in US$1.8 billion, a 23.7 % year-on-year rise, making produce one of top five major agricultural products of Vietnam together with rice, coffee, cashew nuts and rubber. However, the country’s exports of vegetables and fruits accounted for merely 0.75 % of the world market and 3.7 % of the market of the Trans-Pacific Partnership member countries.
The Vietnam fresh fruit segment is brimming with untapped potential for production and export says the Vietnam Vegetable and Fruit Association according to a local media report. But it has lost the domestic market over food safety concerns. Nearly 70 % of the land in the country is suitable for growing produce, and more than half of the population works in the agricultural sector. However, in order for the country to become a global player in the fresh fruit market, they must meet international food safety standards. The simple fact is that the Vietnam government currently struggles to administer and enforce food safety regulations, and fresh fruit exports are often rejected by other countries due to food safety and quality concerns.

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