HÀ NỘI — Thirteen enterprises have registered to sell agricultural products directly to citizens using cars and buses in Hà Nội, according to the city’s Department of Industry and Trade.
Twelves companies registered to sell products using cars, including big companies such as Lotte Vietnam, Aeon Vietnam, Ba Vì Milk JSC and Dafusa Vietnam, as well as other private food companies and agricultural cooperatives.
Particularly, Bảo Yến Construction Services, Tourism Co registered 10 mobile sales points using buses.
Trần Thị Phương Lan, acting director of the department, said cars and buses of these enterprises will sell products to boarding houses and densely populated areas to limit contact.
Up to now, nine districts in the city organised 45 mobile sales points and 63 field sales points in the areas where markets or businesses were closed. To be ready for a more worsening situation, the city’s People's Committee has also directed districts, towns and businesses to register their demand for mobile sales.
Currently, six districts have registered 62 selling points using buses and cars.
The city’s Department of Industry and Trade also said it would strengthen inspection and control of prices. – VNS