Products’ safety self declaration in Vietnam?

Decree No 15, effective since 2 February, 2018, will permit organisations and individuals producing and selling food to self-declare food-product origins and quality, replacing the long-standing method of keeping records at public management agencies and ask for authorizations. According to local businesses, in the past, to apply for the certificate, an enterprise must prepare two … Continue reading Products’ safety self declaration in Vietnam?

Vietnam – New Criminal Code provides stricter sanctions for food safety violations

"According to Vietnam's amended Penal Code which took effect on Jan. 1, the slightest penalty for filthy food producers or traders is a fine of 50-200 million Vietnamese dong (2,200-8,800 U.S. dollars) or a jail term of 1-5 years, and the heaviest one is a jail term of 12-20 years, daily newspaper Tien Phong (Pioneer) … Continue reading Vietnam – New Criminal Code provides stricter sanctions for food safety violations