Vice Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee Duong Anh Duc asked relevant units to review the regulations to coordinate and work out a specific plan and implementation of a road map to reduce and gradually monitor food hygiene and safety in the city.
The Ministry of Health, on December 25, informed that Minister of Health Nguyen Thanh Long, Standing Deputy Head of the Central Interdisciplinary Steering Committee on Food Safety, had issued a plan to ensure food safety for the Lunar New Year and the 2022 Spring Festival.
China has just adjusted its import and export regulations. Accordingly, China will tighten the registration of imported goods groups and the standards of quality control, which is assessed to cause many obstacles for Vietnamese exports.
The office of the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), on the morning of August 28, informed the press that it has urgently verified information related to the warning of the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) about instant noodle Hao Hao and instant cellophane noodle Good by Acecook.
According to Vietnamese trade counselors, in 2021, Vietnamese goods, in general, have a great opportunity to export to Europe, Northern Europe, the US, the Eurasian Economic Union, Japan, South Korea, and China.
The official establishment of food stalls in streets in Ho Chi Minh City’s districts has both helped poor vendors improve their income and ensure food safety as well as make the city aesthetically beautiful.
The Commission of Economy and Budget (under Ho Chi Minh City People’s Council) yesterday held a meeting about the performance and progress of investment plans for smart city transformation sub-projects.