(HBO) – Being a pioneering force in implementing the One Commune One Product (OCOP) programme, co-operatives always take the initiative to improve product quality, packaging, labeling and create origin-tracing stamps to meet the programme’s standards.
In 2019, Hoa Binh province had 27 products qualified for
OCOP standards, of which, 16 were from 13 co-operatives. They included five
four-star and 11 three-star products.
have high-quality oranges, the Cao Phong 3T farm produce co-operative develops
a processing line, which consists of classifying products, washing fruits with
ozone, drying and packing orange with bio-film wrap.
To assist co-operatives joining the OCOP programmes, the province’s alliance
of cooperatives has revised traditional products and staples of each locality and
helped complete dossiers to take part in the programme.
Co-operatives have spared no efforts to improve the quality of their products, bolster
production in value chain and under VietGAP standards. They also paid attention
to trademark registration, labels and origin-tracing stamps. Therefore, a
number of co-operatives have various products qualified for the OCOP programme,
particularly Ha Phong with four.
Some local OCOP products, namely fresh whole chicken of the Lac Thuy chicken
breeding co-operative in An Binh commune (Lac Thuy district), Giang Loc red
flesh pomelo in Man Duc township (Tan Lac district), handmade brocade weaving in
Lac village of Chieng Chau commune (Mai Chau district), "doi” seed in Chi Dao
(Lac Son), are all traditional items of the locality.
Those products have become popular and gained consumers’ trust. Effective
operations of the co-operatives have helped raise income for members and
Some local co-operatives have being devised plans for production and
application of science and technology to bolster quality services in keeping
with the value chain. They also step up trademark registration and the use of
origin-tracing stamps to join the programme in upcoming years.
Statistics showed that as of the end of the first quarter, a total of 54
products, including those from 30 co-operatives, had been registered to take
part in the programme./.
(HBO) – The People’s Committee of Hoa Binh has held a meeting of the organisation board of the Tay Bac (Northwest) Industrial-Agricultural Products Fair 2020 in Hoa Binh. The event was chaired by Vice Chairman of the committee and head of the board Bui Duc Hinh.
(HBO) – Developing the private economy sector into an important motivation of Vietnam’s socialist-oriented market economy is a focus of Resolution No.10-NQ/TW dated June 3, 2017 adopted by the 5th plenum of the 12th Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam.
(HBO) – Hoa Binh province raked in an estimated 120.27 million USD from exports in August, a month-on-month surge of 44.46 percent, according to the provincial People’s Committee.
(HBO) - The beginning of August was when the harvest of On Chau tangerines in Cao Phong started, opening up the harvest season of citrus fruit across the district. Local farmers said their tangerine trees produced a high yield this year and the fruit fetched higher prices against last year, at 24,000 – 25,000 VND per kg if bought right at the orchards. On Chau tangerines sell well both in and outside the province.
(HBO) - The Party Committee and People’s Committee of the northwestern province of Hoa Binh have over the years strived to improve investment and business climate in a clear and transparent manner, and revised administrative procedures in investment, construction, land use and business registration for investment attraction.
(HBO) – In the 2017-2020 period, the total investment for socio-economic infrastructure development in Hoa Binh has reached about 67.53 trillion VND (2.91 billion USD). Thanks to the investment, the socio-economic infrastructure has been strongly upgraded, as seen in the building and upgrade of many major transport routes, urban areas, industrial parks and clusters, electricity grids, information technology infrastructure, irrigation works, schools, hospitals, and culture-sport-tourism facilities, contributing to promoting economic development and improving the living conditions of locals.