A tangerine variety grown in Nam Son commune, Tan Lac district of the north-western province of Hoa Binh has been granted the collective trademark.
Tan Lac district has recorded positive economic growth over the years, with agriculture production accounting for 33.7%. The district has worked to bolster spearhead products by developing brands for local farm produce, including Tan Lac chayote, red pomelo and tangerine.
Nam Son commune is currently home to more than 80ha of tangerine trees, of which 20ha has been harvested.
A ceremony to receive the title was held in the commune on December 24, 2018
Dinh Cong Su, Chairman of the People’s Committee of Tan Lac, said the district will further promote the tangerine trademark in the locality and build display spaces to introduce the tangerine and other farm produce of the district, along with raising quality of Nam Son tangerine in particular and citrus in mountainous regions in general.
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