Ho Chi Minh City allows employees of listed stores to be out on work after 6pm

Ho Chi Minh City allows employees of listed stores to be out on work after 6pm

Employees of supermarkets and other stores in Ho Chi Minh City can be out after curfew to conduct logistics work, arrange goods, and disinfect business areas.
Soymilk products of Vinasoy make forays in China and Japan

Soymilk products of Vinasoy make forays in China and Japan

Fami soymilk products of Vinasoy have recorded remarkable achievements in international markets through growing visibility at diverse supermarkets across China and Japan.    
Supermarkets hammer out details on future of plastics

Supermarkets hammer out details on future of plastics

A pilot project on establishing a plastic alliance of Vietnamese supermarkets and shepherding the retail industry towards the more sustainable production and consumption of plastics was launched on March 31 by the Institute of Strategy and Policy on Natural Resources and Environment, along with the Department of Industry and Trade of Hanoi.
MM Mega Market Vietnam aims to export 6,000 tonnes of local produce in 2020

MM Mega Market Vietnam aims to export 6,000 tonnes of local produce in 2020

Agriculture is facing multiple challenges from COVID-19, MM Mega Market Vietnam aims to expand exports and targets boosting production by five times in 2020.
Retailers implement creative quick fixes to drum up custom

Retailers implement creative quick fixes to drum up custom

After the initial rush to supermarkets following news of a new wave of coronavirus infections, retailers are now facing gloomy prospects as people are go out as little as possible and many have already stocked up on their essentials a few weeks ago.
COVID-19 drags Central Group down?

COVID-19 drags Central Group down?

No emergency measures to deal with the health crisis by Central Group can balance out a compulsory temporary closure.
UK supermarkets call for calm as coronavirus fears trigger panic buying

UK supermarkets call for calm as coronavirus fears trigger panic buying

British supermarkets have called on consumers to be more considerate and reiterated they have adequate supplies, as the coronavirus saw shelves plundered and a surge in online orders.
Vietnam Fair in Thailand 2019 opens up opportunities

Vietnam Fair in Thailand 2019 opens up opportunities

The first Vietnam Fair in Thailand 2019 took place at the Big C Rajdamri Supercenter in downtown Bangkok from November 7-10, achieving positive initial results.
Foreign retailers selling goods without permission in Vietnam?

Foreign retailers selling goods without permission in Vietnam?

Rice, one of the seven goods categories not allowed to be distributed without permission, is still on the shelves of foreign retailers.
Supermarkets develop their own brand products

Supermarkets develop their own brand products

Supermarkets have started ordering businesses to develop products under their own brand, and companies and consumers are reaping the rewards.
Lazada to fold RedMart into its platform, signals entry into online supermarket business

Lazada to fold RedMart into its platform, signals entry into online supermarket business

The e-commerce company acquired RedMart in November 2016, but kept it as a standalone entity until now.
US authorities reel in StarKist in canned tuna scandal

US authorities reel in StarKist in canned tuna scandal

The US crackdown on price fixing has netted another big fish in canned tuna, the Justice Department announced on Thursday (Oct 18).