Big C supermarket chain, a subsidiary of French retailer Casino Group, is seeking quality Vietnamese goods to sell through its outlets across the globe. The chain says 95% of merchandise sold in its supermarkets in Vietnam is locally made, and it cooperates with local food producers to develop new products, quality standards and distribution networks to meet the growing demand of oversea markets for farm produce, seafood, craft products, furniture and garments.
The chain has shipped $13.5 million worth of domestic products so far this year and is aiming to export more Vietnamese goods.
The chain opened its first store in Vietnam in 1998 and now has outlets in Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Hue, Haiphong, and Danang.
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