|The Việt Nam Social Work Centre for Adolescents yesterday signed an agreement with C.P.Việt Nam Livestock Corporation and the Development Sharing Foods Việt Nam to train food start-up entrepreneurs. —VNS Photo Gia Lộc |Viet Nam News
HCM CITY — The Việt Nam Social Work Centre for Adolescents yesterday signed an agreement with C.P.Việt Nam Livestock Corporation and a social enterprise, Development Sharing Foods Việt Nam, to organise a programme to provide assistance and practical training to young people who want to start up food businesses.
After the training the start-ups will be franchisees of CPFoods.vn’s safe food chain, which opened its first store yesterday in HCM City’s Bình Thạnh District.
The chain, which sells meat and poultry products, uses food with clear origins to feed livestock while its production processes meet food safety and hygiene standards.
Cao Hồng Hưng, the centre’s head, said through the programme more and more safe food start-ups would be set up in the country to mitigate fears about unsafe foods. —VNS