Vietnamese sweet potatoes are exported to Japan at a much lower volume than China, but their value is two times higher as their selling price is three times higher.
In the early days of 2021, rice export prices continued to remain high. It is forecasted that rice exports will continue this trend in the first months of this year.
Coffee price in the Central Highlands on Nov 17 suddenly increased sharply, reaching its peak of the year, bringing domestic coffee price to VND 34.5 million/ton.
Pepper price has been increasing continuously in the past few days and is now approaching VND 60,000/kg. It will likely be around VND 70,000/kg by the end of the year.
The domestic coffee price on Nov 13 continued to grow, which is the strongest rise since the beginning of the year.
Pepper price today, Nov 12 increased continuously by VND 500 - 1,000/kg, bringing the domestic price close to the new peak at VND 60 million / ton.
Coffee price today Nov 11 in the domestic market continued to increase while coffee supply still faced difficulties caused by severe weather conditions.
The price of live pig today Nov 11 was decreasing slightly in many localities across the country, with some areas in the North even decreased up to VND 3,000/kg.
The pepper price today, Nov 11, continued to increase sharply by VND 1,000/kg in the Central Highlands region. Global pepper price also rose sharply.
In most areas in northern Vietnam, the prices of live pigs levelled off on November 10; while that in central Vietnam witnessed a marginal decline.
There is less fluctuation in the coffee price on Nov 10. It is forecasted that coffee price will continue to increase in the coming time due to a sharp fall in supply.
Pepper price on Nov 10 increased by VND 1,000/kg, bringing the domestic price to exceed VND 56 million/ton.
Live pig price on Nov 9 slightly increased from VND 1,000 to VND 2,000 per kilogram in many localities across the nation. The price in the North was still under VND 70,000 per kilogram.