(HBO) - The Hoa Binh provincial People's Committee issued Decision No. 2365/ QD-UBND approving the results of evaluation, grading, and granting certificates of the One Commune Once Product (OCOP) programme at the provincial level in the first phase of 2019 to local products.

A herbal tea product of the Thuong Bi agricultural service cooperative in Kim Boi district is rated three stars at the provincial level.

There were 30 products of 24 units participating in the provincial OCOP product evaluation programme in the first phase of 2019, including 22 products in the food group, five in the beverage group, two in the herbal group, and one in the fabric and garment group.

Of those, eight products received four-star ranking and 16 others received three-star ranking. The 24 products were certified by the provincial People’s Committee to use the OCOP label, with the star ranking printed on packing as prescribed. The rankings are valid for 36 months from the issuance date of the decision.

The provincial People’s Committee assigned the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development to publicise ranked products, and guide the People's Committees of districts and the Hoa Binh city, and production units to use and print OCOP label and the star ranking on packing of the ranked products in line with regulations.

The provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is also responsible for periodically inspecting products, and proposing measures to handle violations of product ranking standards and current legal provisions.

Local relevant departments and sectors were asked to support the People’s Committees of districts and Hoa Binh city, and production units in taking part in trade promotion and market seeking activities, towards promoting sales of products meeting the OCOP standard and upgrading the star level for products of the province in particular and of the country in general. 

Enterprises, cooperatives and production households that have their products recognised to meet the OCOP standards are responsible for ensuring the quality of products in line with regulations of the OCOP programme./.



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