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New pangasius product presented in Brussels by a Vietnamese exporting company

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Vinh Hoan, one of Vietnam’s top pangasius exporting firms, is set to launch a new product inspired by the Japanese cuisine.

Posted on Apr 10 ,10:00

New pangasius product presented in Brussels by a Vietnamese exporting company

Seafood Expo Global 2018 is set to be the stage where Vinh Hoan, one of Vietnam’s top pangasius exporting firm, wants to present its latest product, the Onigiri set.

Onigiri is made from the company’s premium pangasius along with Japanese rice or with carrot and spinach and is responding to the latest trends in the matter of convenience food products. "This healthful trio is truly an exclusive Asian culinary experience", explained Ngo Nguyen Vi Tam, CEO of Vinh Hoan.
The new product has no preservatives or transfats and can be cooked rapidly as the company representative says. "Putting the convenience on top, just one-and-a-half minutes in the microwave and you can enjoy this delicious meal, full of flavours and nutrition.Since our introduction of a newly invested fish-grilling line, Vinh Hoan has been developing a wide variety of fully cooked, ready-to-eat product concepts based on our source of sustainably farmed pangasius", declared the CEO of Vinh Hoan.
The Onigiri sets will be on display at Vinh Hoan’s exhibition booth at Seafood Expo Global in Brussels from 24-26 April 2018. The Vietnamese company was founded in 1997 and now is exporting in more than 100 countries.

(Photo source: Pinterest/Kitchen Fables)

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