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Oct 04, 2022 / 06:33

New OCOP showrooms launched in Hanoi

Hanoi will step up support for companies to develop trade networks and showrooms to introduce and sell OCOP products in the city.

Two new showrooms displaying and selling products under the One Commune One Product (OCOP) program are being launched at 59 Hoang Cau Street and B11 Kim Lien convenience store in Dong Da District.

 Delegates attend the opening ceremony of the new showrooms in Hanoi. Photo: The Hanoi Times

Hoang Cau Super Market Co., Ltd., the owner of the two showrooms, displays 60 OCOP products, including traditional cakes and candies, honey, dry vermicelli, chili sauce, and mountainous agricultural products, from 13 businesses.

Vice Chairman of Dong Da District People's Committee Ha Anh Tuan said that, in recent times, the locality has actively cooperated with many departments and branches to encourage local manufacturers to participate in promotion fairs to promote their brands and products.

The municipal Department of Industry and Trade plans to open two OCOP outlets in the capital city, meeting the Hanoi People's Committee's Plan No. 92 on developing OCOP showrooms associated with craft villages and rural tourism in 2022.

Acting director of the Hanoi Department of Industry and Trade Tran Thi Phuong Lan said Hanoi would accelerate support for businesses to develop trade networks and showrooms to introduce and sell OCOP products in the city.

Hanoi is leading the country in the number of OCOP products, with nearly 1,700 ranked products from 426 enterprises, cooperatives, and business households across the capital city.
In addition, the city has collaborated with other towns and provinces in presenting Hanoi's products and sending working groups to localities to exchange the management and operational experience of OCOP showrooms.