Tusker - tuskervn.com
9 Mar 2022
Within the framework of the Eco-Green Expo Vietnam 2022, a Vietnamese enterprise will bring machines to produce industrial noodles and pho, serving the culinary needs of a large number of European expatriates.
Local production will meet the year-round demand of overseas Vietnamese, as well as Vietnamese restaurants in Europe. Ingredients imported from Vietnam for traditional dishes are usually only focused on the Lunar New Year.
Mr. Pham Van Hien - Director of LTP Import Export BV, the Netherlands said: "Consignments are increasing continuously, especially shipments of vermicelli and rice paper for the end of the year. From now to the middle of next year. Only hope is that the factories will recover. The next goods are expected to start to be deployed more strongly from January to February 2022.
In May, the disease broke out again in Asia. By June, the European side began to be in short supply of Vietnamese rice noodles, dry vermicelli, rice paper, dumplings, fresh bamboo shoots, etc. The hoarding importers did not dare to discharge them all, and the restaurants stocked up on Vietnamese ingredients. Currently, the progress of importing Vietnamese goods is gradually returning to normal, although it is still not as abundant as before.
Most agricultural products imported by Vietnam into the European market are exempt from tax since the Free Trade Agreement with Europe took effect. At retail stores, Vietnamese goods gradually occupied the shelves.
Goods from Vietnam to Europe after many months of hiatus are gradually returning to the same pace as before, although it is still not as good as at the beginning of the year. Shiitake mushrooms, wood ear, rice paper, dried vermicelli, yellow flower sticky rice, green beans… these agricultural products of Vietnam are continuing to recover in the European market, a month before the Lunar New Year.