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|MM teams up with Saigon Professional Chefs’ Guild|
The two sides have committed long-term collaboration in sharing expertise, experiences, and recipes with consumers, especially customers in the food services business (HORECA) and the company (MM)’s staff. MM will also introduce safe materials that it is distributing to ensure food safety for customers with every meal as well as to support the guild during social activities, annual events, training courses, and more.
In 2019, MM had sponsored Vietnam’s chef team competing in the Culinaire Malaysia cuisine championship and had brought home two trophies, eight gold medals, one silver, and eight bronze.
“Before this co-operation between MM and Saigon Professional Chefs' Guild (SPC), we have worked together on several projects and international competitions, and SPC highly appreciates MM’s ability to provide quality and safe food to consumers, especially its variety choice of ingredients for chefs. This helps us to have more chance to develop new and better meals as well as to train the members of SPC easier and more efficiently,” said Pham Son Vuong, president of SPC at the signing ceremony.
|MM has invested and developed food product platforms to ensure good quality control|
As a food supplier to almost one million professional customers including hotels, restaurants, and canteens in Vietnam, Thai-backed MM has invested and developed food product platforms to ensure good quality control from farm to fork.
The company is operating four platforms currently, including a vegetables platform in Dalat city supplying more than 12,000 tonnes of VietGAP-certified products annually, a fish platform in Can Tho city in the Mekong Delta providing 2,000 tonnes of fish per year, the pork platform in Dong Nai province (more than 3,000 tonnes a year), and the Ben Tre fruit platform that supplies more than 2,400 tonnes of fresh and safe fruit a year.
MM aims to expand with one more food service and two depots this year and develop food product platforms such as poultry in the south and pork in the north in the near future to have in place a close and complete safe food provision chain aligning with international standards.