According to our research report “Processed Food Market in Vietnam
”, Vietnam is becoming a hub for food products processing as the industry has been growing at an annual rate of 20-30%. Vietnamese now use more processed or preliminarily treated food to make meals, which is seen as a big opportunity for food processors. We have found that the Vietnamese food processing industry is highly fragmented, but it will consolidate, with further opening of the market, and will provide more growth opportunities to the foreign companies. We have discussed all the factors responsible for the growth of this industry in our report.
Despite fast growing domestic demand, the processed food industry in the country is still largely export-oriented and is primarily dominated by seafood and agriculture food products. Seafood export is mainly dominated by shrimps, but overseas demand for Tuna and Tra fish has also soared significantly during the past few years. Our report provides a deep analysis of all segments including seafood products, agriculture food products, meat, and milk. The forecast has also been provided for these segments.
We have found that rising sales of processed food items have prompted producers to change the structure of their product lines. Increasing demand for processed food is encouraging the food processing companies to diversify their products and expand their distribution networks. As the distribution network is expanding, it will be more favorable for the producers to sell their products. Our report answers all the critical questions such as who are the key players, what are the opportunity area, and the barriers before the industry.
Vietnamese seafood exporters are being urged to focus on improving the quality of exports to Australia as the country is considered as a promising market. Australia is currently imposing zero percent duty on seafood imports from Vietnam, helping the Southeast Asian nations to sharpen their products’ competitive edge in the market. Besides showing Australia as a promising seafood market, our report has examined other latest industry trends.
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