Loading...
SUPA Youreverydayfish VietFish
Go
Shrimp
Print:
Share:
Peneaus vannamei officially to be farmed in large scale in Vietnam
February 01, 2008, 03:32 AM
As of 25th January 2008 whiteleg

 According to the decision, Penaeus vannamei could be farmed in intensive cultivation at the approved facilities which meet food safety and hygiene conditions in conformation to Decision No. 02/2004/QĐ-BTS issued on 14th January 2004.

Provinces in the North and Center of the country can cultivate shrimp according to the demand of investors and their planning.

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development requests local People’s Committees to introduce, and control Penaeus vannamei farming. Any facilities fails in production, distribution and quality control of both breeding and raw material shrimps will be strictly treated. Farmers, who let shrimp escape from ponds in surrounding waters and transmit diseases will also be fined.

Source: (Vasep, 29 January 2008)
Print:
Share:
Other news
Export of yellowfin tuna to Italy rose by 60% (08/10/2019) Value chains help Vietnamese tuna become more competitive (08/10/2019) Bac Lieu province works to give its shrimp brands (08/10/2019)
Back to top
Specialist on Shrimp market
Ms Kim Thu
Tel: 84.24.3771.5055 (ext 203)
Portal of Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP)
Head office in HCM city: No 7, Nguyen Quy Canh Road, An Phu Ward, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Tel: (+84 28) 62810430 / Fax: (+84 28) 62810437 - Email: vasephcmcity@vasep.com.vn
Rep. office in Ha Noi: 10 Nguyen Cong Hoan Street, Ngoc Khanh Ward, Ba Dinh District, Ha Noi City, Vietnam
Tel: (+84 24) 37715055 / 37715318 - Fax: (+84 24) 37715084 - Email: vasephn@vasep.com.vn
In charge of content: Nguyen Hoai Nam (Mr) – Deputy General Secretary of VASEP
Managing Editor: Phung Thi Kim Thu (Ms.) Tel: (+84 24) 37715055 (ext: 203)
Email: kimthu@vasep.com.vn
RSS