Eggs, dragon fruits, rice, chicken transported to rental houses in HCMC

Eggs, dragon fruits, rice, chicken transported to rental houses in HCMC

Trucks transporting eggs, dragon fruits, rice and chicken to food-gathering points in Ho Chi Minh City yesterday to be ready for delivering the goods to low-income workers in rental house areas, alleys and factories without operation due to Covid-19 who facing difficulty in foodstuffs and essential foods during social distancing.
Long An Province facilitates consumption of 15,000 tons of dragon fruits

Long An Province facilitates consumption of 15,000 tons of dragon fruits

The Center for Disease Control of Long An Province (CDC), on the afternoon of August 1, provided Chau Thanh District with 10,000 quick covid-19 test kits to test workers, who harvest and transport dragon fruits, and workers at warehouses to timely meet the progress of harvest and consumption of 15,000 tons of dragon fruits of farmers.
Long An exports 50 tons of dragon fruit by sea a day

Long An exports 50 tons of dragon fruit by sea a day

The Dragon Fruit Association in the Southern province of Long An exports 50 tons of dragon fruit a day on average to China and other Southeast Asian nations by sea as export by road has faced lots of difficulties due to the ongoing Covid-19 epidemic, said chairman of the association Nguyen Quoc Trinh yesterday.
Dragon fruits are unable to export to China due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus. (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnamese agricultural, aquatic products look for consumption market

The exporting of several agricultural, and aquatic products to China has had to temporarily halt as the border gates are temporarily closed due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, urging farmers and export enterprises to look for consumption markets amid the impacts of the disease.
Container trucks carrying farm produce line up to wait for customs clearance. (Photo: SGGP)

Nearly 400 vehicles transporting farm produce remain stuck at border gate

After the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development sent a delegation to Tan Thanh Border Gate to catch up with the situation in which 500 trucks carrying agricultural products were jammed here, the Ministry of Industry and Trade on October 22 also sent a delegation to the border gate to look for solutions to resolve congestion.