Fresh milk with brand name Cu Chi to be released in market

Fresh milk with brand name Cu Chi will be released in the market in early June, annonced Deputy Chairman of People’s Committee in Cu Chi Nguyen Huu Hoai Phu at a meeting with Party Committee in Ho Chi Minh City on May 17.

Milk cows are bred in Cu Chi (photo: SGG)

Milk cows are bred in Cu Chi (photo: SGG)

At the meeting to report the management role in the government rural plan, Mr. Phu said the launch of the fresh milk is concerted efforts in creating brand name and help farmers to consume dairy products.
Tan Thong Hoi Cooperative invested VND100 billion ($4.4 million) in building a factory with capacity of six tons milk a day.

At present, the local government encouraged 70,000 students to consume fresh milk brand name Cu Chi and to introduce the dairy product in supermarkets. Cu Chi District is raising 72,000 milk cow supplying 600 tons of milk a day yet it has no brand name.

Talking about future orientation, Cu Chi Party Secretary Mr. Truong Van Thong said that the administration will not increase the figure of milk cow but pay attention to improve quality and milk quality as well as breed cow in large-scale farms in far away locations from residential blocks and apply high technology.

 

By DUONG LOAN – Translated by UYEN PHUONG

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