Vietnam’s ginger exports reached nearly 26 million USD which increased by three times over the same period last year.

Ginger is increasingly popular in Australia, India, Pakistan, and European countries.

In Australia, Vietnam’s frozen ginger is available in supermarkets, stores, and online channels. The price of Vietnam’s ginger in Australia is about 9-13 AUD per kg (equal to 150,000-200,000 VND). Ginger is packaged in half a kilo or a kilo mainly for restaurants.

Fresh gingers in the Central Highlands.

In addition to frozen ginger, processed ginger from Vietnam is consumed quite strongly. In particular, ginger jam is a very popular product in cold countries.

Ginger exporters said that in the last months of the year, orders for the US, India, UAE, and Pakistan markets increased sharply, causing prices to increase to a record high.

At gardens, ginger is being sold for 20,000-26,000 VND per kg (depending on type). For gingers meeting export standards, the price is up to 30,000 VND per kg.

According to the Vietnam trade office in Australia and India, the potential for exporting ginger from Vietnam to these markets is huge. The price of this product is competitive compared to goods from other countries. In addition to the fragrance and taste, Vietnam’s ginger is cheaper than domestic goods in other countries.

Not only ginger but chili and eggplants of Vietnam exported abroad are also showing many positive changes. Compared to the same period last year, exports increased by 20-60%./.