Many businesses are looking for agricultural food suppliers to order bananas in bulk; the Vietnam market is one of the best distributors that supply these healthy bananas.
Vagrofood, the leading producer & exporter of agricultural food in Vietnam, is the best cavendish banana option for your business.
Thanks to their easy-to-grow characteristics and high consumption, bananas have become a potential export item in many countries, including Vietnam. It is a tremendous advantage for agricultural food companies as more and more customers search for and order bananas in bulk.
In the coming time, exporting bananas will have many potential opportunities in other major markets. Vagrofood is proud to be an enterprise that meets the needs of importing Cavendish Bananas in bulk from large and small businesses worldwide.
Advantages of Fresh Cavendish Bananas in Vietnam
Vietnam has an endemic tropical climate to be able to grow the best bananas in the world; from the North to the South, the plains, midlands, and mountains have bananas with wide varieties. In the Central and Southern regions, there are many localities with large banana areas, such as Dong Nai, Soc Trang, Ca Mau, Thanh Hoa, Quang Tri, and Khanh Hoa, with banana areas from 3,000 to 8,000 ha; In the North, there are Hanoi, Phu Tho, and Hung Yen.
In the coming time, tissue-cultured banana varieties will be combined with high-technology applications to build high-quality banana-growing areas. The Cavendish Banana variety is quite suitable for Vietnamese soil, so the yield and quality are higher than in other regions. This banana variety gives an income of 300-350 million VND/ha/year, higher than typical banana-growing areas.
Vietnamese agriculture is determined to develop value chains in organic production and increase the proportion of processed output to increase added value and sustainable development. Improve productivity, and quality, diversify products, expand consumption markets and increase income.
Current banana production in Vietnam
As noted by the Industry and Trade Information Center - Ministry of Industry and Trade (VITIC) in 2019, bananas accounted for more than 19% of the total area of fruit trees, with over 100,000 hectares and a consumption volume of about 1.4 million. tons/year.
With this production volume, Vietnam ranks 14th in the world, accounting for 1.7% market share compared to other countries. It can be seen that bananas are proving to be a very potential agricultural product for both domestic and export markets. As a result, many businesses have chosen this agricultural product to invest in growing, harvesting, preserving, etc., according to common import and export service standards.
Currently, Vietnam has about 150,000 hectares of bananas for farm-scale fruit production. If including small areas of families, banana varieties are grown without fruit, such as leaf bananas, seed bananas, and wild bananas, banana area reaches over 200,000 ha.
Many country order Cavendish Banana from Vietnam
In Europe, bananas are a popular fruit among consumers due to their health benefits. So bananas are the number one fresh fruit imported into Europe. Banana has a small production in the European region, so it is highly dependent on external supply.
For this market, in terms of fruit and nut structure imported by the EU, bananas, including green bananas, fresh or dried, have the second largest import value after citrus fruits, fresh or dried.
Among banana exporting countries to the EU, Vietnam accounts for a very modest proportion, but the price of Vietnamese bananas is relatively high. Specifically, in the 11 months of 2020, the cost of Vietnamese bananas imported into the EU was at an average of 3,192.9 Eur/ton, up 16.4% over the same period in 2019. The average price of imported bananas from Vietnam is much higher in the EU than other sources: Ecuador 605 Eur/ton; Colombia 588 Eur/ton; Costa Rica 645.7 Eur/ton…
Japan is also a market that appreciates Vietnam's bananas. Mr. Soichi Okazaki, Member of the Executive Board of AEON Co. Ltd - the organizer of Vietnam Goods Week, said: "Japan is importing bananas from many places such as Ecuador, the Philippines and Taiwan (China) but Vietnamese bananas are delicious and taste better. In the coming time, we will focus our resources on promoting the import of bananas.”
According to Mr. Okazaki, with competitive prices and good quality, Vietnamese bananas can compete with similar products in the Japanese market. Japanese consumers also have requirements for nutritious items, so bananas, avocados, mangoes, etc., are very popular in this country. This is one of the advantages for Vietnam in promoting banana exports to the Japanese market.
Besides, the Vietnam - Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (VJEPA) has been implemented synchronously from 2010 to the present. Japan has strongly reduced taxes on many agricultural products of Vietnam, which significantly increases the advantage for logistics services associated with Vietnamese agricultural products to export goods.
In addition to the above markets, in the future, there will undoubtedly be many other large markets to export Vietnamese bananas. On the other hand, banana production stages are still limited. V-Agrofood focuses on building stable specialized farming areas, cultivating according to a clean and closed process. Incorporating automated technology into the process will make the working stages simpler and faster, significantly improving the productivity of banana production.
Through the above article, it can be seen that Vietnam's great banana export potential. In the future, bananas will be a crucial product bringing significant profits to Vietnamese businesses. To do that, V-Agrofood believes in the efforts of each individual and company in promoting the application of high technology in cultivation and product processing before reaching consumers. If you are a business looking to order bananas in bulk, V-Agrofood - the leading producer & exporter of agricultural food in Vietnam is always the best choice!
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