Today, police in the Central Province of Ha Tinh said that the province’s Environmental Police Department has coordinated with responsible agencies to inspect and detect a large number of food, bakery, and confectionery products of unknown origin.
Contrary to the deserted scene in the past, in the past few weeks, thanks to the implementation of a month of concentrated promotions, sales at some traditional markets and supermarkets have inched up.
The general purchasing power in the market has been highly increasing. People tend to buy Tet goods earlier than in previous years. Goods are plentiful and diverse with stable prices. That is the general opinion of traders about the Tet market.
Local confectionary companies have sped up production and prepared bake and candy products for the upcoming Tet holidays as consumers have more and more preferred locally made products to foreign items because of good taste and packaging, and lower prices.