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December, 13 2013 10:01:06

Ben Tre to host fourth coconut festival

HANOI (VNS) - A coconut festival in the land where they are most famous will be held from April 7 to 13 in 2015.

Members of the World Coconut Association as well as 10 provinces of Viet Nam that specialise in coconuts will be in attendance. Farmers and companies involved in the coconut industry will also take part in the event.

The festival will feature a culture tourism week, coconut fashion contest, poem- composing contest, an exhibition of coconut products, a trade fair, flower bike parade, seminars on applying science in the coconut sector and the use of coconuts in healthcare. — VNS


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