The south-central province of Ninh Thuận is restructuring agriculture to adapt to droughts and secure stable incomes for farmers.
Though social distancing restrictions have been eased in Hà Nội and HCM City, many restaurants are still delivering food home to treat gourmands safely at home. Minh Thu lists some of her favourites.
Aloe vera farmers in the south-central province of Ninh Thuận are earning large incomes because of the high prices they are getting because of the prolonged hot weather.
The south-central province of Ninh Thuận has developed a number of agricultural production models for co-operatives and companies that improve the value of produce and guarantee outlets.
The Ninh Thuận Province People’s Committee has chosen 12 products that will be developed and promoted in the 2018-20 period.
Aloe vera farming has helped farmers in the south-central province of Ninh Thuận adapt to climate change and earn steady incomes since there is high demand for the plant to make food, cosmetics and herbal remedies.
Việt Nam needs more preferential policies to attract investors to the local cosmetics sector, economic experts have recommended.
HCM City’s best broken rice dishes can be found at Cơm Tấm Mộc restaurant, which specialises in southern fare, both traditional and fusion. Mỹ Duyên reports.
Several start-ups in Da Nang City are exploiting a growing acceptance of and demand for pure, natural products, Bùi Hoài Nam reports.
The broth of Út Còi’s signature bánh canh ghẹ (crab thick rice noodle soup) is thicker than you’d expect from a Vietnamese noodle soup. It’s clear and thickened with tapioca, creating a texture similar to the classic American-Chinese sweet and sour soup.