Vina One Global
Vina 1 Global are Global Trading No.1 in Vietnam
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700/12 National Route 13, Hiep Binh Chanh ward, Thu Duc District, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam.
We are certified by the Vietnam Business Registration Certificate.
” Our great mission here strives to be no.1 trading, for all around the world. “
Nguyen Chi Tuan,
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Vietnam is the third largest producer of Natural Rubber in the world. We supply from both private factories as well as from State owned factories.
Vietnam is one of the world’s richest agricultural regions due to the weather, the water and land of Vietnam are so suitable for the cultivation of high-quality jasmine rice.
Vietnam has successfully utilized innovations in agricultural research and technology to develop a dynamic agriculture sector.
Vietnamese cuisine, like Chinese cuisine, focuses on five flavors elements. These elements are sweet, sour, bitter, spicy, and salty.
Vietnam is the third largest producer of Natural Rubber in the world. Vina1 has a representative office in Ho Chi Minh City from where we source for all the main grades found in Vietnam. We supply from both private factories as well as from State owned factories.
Our dedicates team in Vietnam inspects all the shipments at both at the factories and also at the ports to ensure the quality of the shipped goods. We have our own warehouses to stock goods and are able to work closely with some of the factories to produce special grades of rubber according to the individual specications of our client customer.
A variety of long-grain Jasmine rice cultivated in Vietnam. It is very fragrant and when cooked it is slightly sticky but flavourful. It is often used for traditional Southeast Asian dishes and is also known as Vietnam fragrant rice, a name that applies to the Jasmine fragrance provided when the rice cooks. So, people started calling it as Jasmine rice.
Vietnam has successfully utilized innovations in agricultural research and technology to develop a dynamic agriculture sector. Public and private investment in agricultural research and development has resulted in significant increases in yields and land productivity, enabling the expansion of Vietnamese fruit and vegetables product exports to global market.
Vietnamese cuisine, like Chinese cuisine, focuses on five flavors elements. These elements are sweet, sour, bitter, spicy, and salty. Practiced over centuries, the art of food making has been mastered and passed down through generations to today, leaving modern day Vietnamese chefs with a wide variety of knowledge about how to cook traditional meals. This knowledge gives chefs room to play as well, since they have already mastered these elements, and they can experiment to see new ways in which the elements work. This is where spices come in.