Vietnamese goods, including G7 coffee of Trung Nguyen (Highlands), cashew nuts and Vietnamese traditional noodle soup, started to be promoted and sold in 11 Lotte Mart trade centres in South Korea, according to Lotte Mart.
The activity was opened at Lotte Mart Jamsil in Seoul, South Korea and will last until November 16 th .
This activity lies within the programme “Special Vietnamese-Indonesian goods fair” held by Lotte Mart in coordination with the Vietnam Embassy to South Korea, the Indonesian Embassy to South Korea and South Korea-Southeast Asia Centre.
Lotte Mart said that as many as 117 Vietnamese and Indonesian products will be introduced and sold in the Company’s trade system in South Korea over 6 days.
Via the programme, more Vietnamese products will become known to Korean customers and then they can get a foothold in the South Korean market, Lotte Mart representatives believed.
Lotte Mart is a global large retailer, which has 93 supermarkets in South Korea and 113 trade centres in 3 countries, including 2 in Vietnam, 86 in China and 25 in Indonesia.
Source: TBKT Translated by Thu Nguyen