(HBO) - The provincial People’s Committee has recently issued a food safety action plan in 2021 designed to improve the quality and competitive edge of local agro-forestry-aquatic products to meet the demand of domestic consumption in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, and promote exports.
Hoa Binh adds 44 products to the local OCOP list in 2020.
Several key missions were outlined in the action plan, which includes timely
implementation of resolutions, directives, programmes, and plans of the
National Assembly, Government and competent ministries regarding food safety.
Besides, management of agricultural materials quality and food safety must be
integrated into the process of agricultural restructuring.
Due attention will be paid to developing products designated as key products of
the country and the province towards forming value chains meeting organic
standards and using high technologies. The province also aims to enhance the g
local agriculture sector's resilience to climate change, expand safe
agricultural areas, and promote the development of OCOP products and safe
The province will sharpen focus on communication work to get agro-forestry-aquatic
production and business establishments to strictly follow food safety laws,
popularise quality products, and publicise any businesses which violate food
Additionally, it will push the enforcement of Cicular No.38/2918/TT-BNNPTNT
dated December 25, 2018 and Circular No.17/2018/TT-BNNPTNT dated October 31,
2018 of the Ministry of the Agriculture and Rural Development to manage food
safety at agro-forestry-aquatic production and trading businesses, and hand out
punishment for violations.
The province will maintain food safety supervision programmes, and tighten
management over the trading of pesticides, veterinary medicines, fertilisers,
animal foods, and farm produce wholesale markets.
Furthermore, it will work to expand export market for local
agro-forestry-aquatic products, and join hands with competent ministries and
authorities to give timely support to local firms amidst the COVID-19
(HBO) – With 10 projects and 36 subprojects, Hoa Binh's project on socio-economic development in ethnic and mountainous areas programme for 2021-2025 has significantly contributed to boosting economic growth, helping reduce poverty sustainably among ethnic people in the province.
(HBO) – The Thai Binh Tourism Co. Ltd, an affiliate of Pacific Group, held a ceremony in Phu Nghia commune, Lac Thuy district, Hoa Binh province, to start the construction of works in Hoa Binh section of the Huong Binh cable line project.
(HBO) - On May 26, Mr. Quach Tat Liem, the Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee and the leaders from a number of departments and branches worked with the delegation of European Union in Vietnam, led by Mr. Mario Ronconi, the Director General in charge of South Asia - Southeast Asia at the Asia - Pacific - Middle East Department under the General Department of International Partnership as the head of the delegation, to introduce and discuss the potentials and strengths of the locality as well as the cooperation opportunities between Hoa Binh and European Union.
(HBO) - The Department of Economic Cooperation and Rural Development under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Hoa Binh province’s Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, the People's Committees of Lac Son and Yen Thuy districts, and Fusa Organic Agriculture joint Stock Company on May 20 signed a strategic cooperation agreement on implementing a pilot project to build a material area of agricultural and forestry products that meet standards for domestic consumption and export in Hoa Binh province in the 2022 – 2025 period.
(HBO) - In recent years, farmers in Ngo Luong commune, Tan Lac district, have focused on raising animals native to the land, hence the formation of products imbued with the local identity, serving the future growth of tourism.
(HBO) – Over the years, the Hoa Binh Cooperative Alliance have rolled out various measures to support local cooperatives to develop farm produce production and selling chains, thus promoting the economic transition process, creating jobs and improving income for local farmers.