Tran Yen strives to have 20 OCOP products

  •  Saturday, June 20, 2020

YBO - Considering the preparation of goods participating in the ‘One Commune One Product’ (OCOP) campaign as a key task in the local rural economic development and new-style rural building, Tran Yen district had two qualified products in 2019 – Bat Tien tea of the Bao Hung high-quality tea production cooperative in Bao Hung commune and cinnamon quills of the Vietnam cinnamon and anise cooperative in Dao Thinh commune.

A step in processing cinnamon quills at the Vietnam cinnamon and anise cooperative.
A step in processing cinnamon quills at the Vietnam cinnamon and anise cooperative.

In 2020, Tran Yen sent seven products to OCOP contests. They are cellophane noodles of Quy Mong commune; Tu Khoai (four pleasures) liquor of Viet Cuong commune; pure water of Viet Hong commune; Bat Tien tea of Hung Khanh commune; cinnamon essential oil of Dao Thinh commune; Bat do bamboo shoots of Hong Ca commune; and orange of Hung Thinh commune.

As such, for the 2020 – 2025 period, the district has set a goal of having 20 qualified OCOP products with standards reaching at least the three-star level. Of the 20 goods, at least one is expected to gain the five-star level. Meanwhile, all communes will build criteria for their OCOP products.

Thu Phuong

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