Vissan, a Vietnamese food producer, is seeking to boost the export of its products to Myanmar, a top official said.
Vissan General Director Van Duc Muoi introduced the company’s products such as sausage, spring roll and frozen food during his recent working session with visiting chief minister of Yangon region U Myint Swe.
U Myint Swe said via exhibitions held in Myanmar, Vietnamese goods have gained a foothold in the country and won locals’ favour, he said, adding he is willing to serve as a bridge for Vissan to increase its exports to the Myanmar market, thus fostering economic ties between the two nations.
Vissan, a subsidiary of the Saigon Trading Group, was founded in 1970 and was officially put into operation four years later. Its business covers the processing and trading of fresh frozen meat and meat-related food.
The company is capable of producing about 30,000 tonnes of meat products a year.