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Spanish pork cooking show held in town
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Spanish pork cooking show held in town

INTERPORC, the Spanish Inter-professional Agro-Food Organization of White Porcine, in collaboration with the Economic & Commercial Office of the Embassy of Spain in Vietnam, organized a “Cooking Show and Cocktail Dinner” at the Caravelle Saigon Hotel in HCMC on April 24 with the participation of famous chef Nguyen Dieu Thao.

Mr.Jose Antonio Bretones Cordero.

INTERPORC is a non-for-profit organization representing all sectors of the Spanish white porcine value chain such as production, distribution, processing and marketing. INTERPORC’s main goal is to benefit its members by promoting applied research, contribute to economic development and profitability of the sector and support its internationalization process.

Spanish pork is well known all around the world for its high quality and authentic taste, a result of the careful breed selection and meat processing.

Nowadays, Spain is among the top five pork exporters to Vietnam. In the next few years, exports will continue to increase because Spanish producers are highly interested in the emerging market. Last year, exports of Spanish fresh and frozen pork to Vietnam amounted to almost US$7 million, doubling that in 2015.

The event started with a speech by the representative of INTERPORC Juan Manuel López and the Economic & Commercial Counselor, José Antonio Bretones Cordero, followed by a cooking show performed by famous Vietnamese chef Nguyen Dieu Thao and ended with a cocktail dinner and networking with five important Spanish producers of high quality pork. Around 100 Spanish exporters, Vietnamese importers, retailers and restaurant owners, Vietnamese and Spanish authorities joined the event.

This event is envisaged as a platform showing the high quality of Spanish pork and exploring new investment and business cooperation opportunities between the two countries.

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