Traditional craft villages step up production to meet rising Tết demand

January 16, 2024

QUẢNG NGÃI – Quảng Ngãi Province craft villages are speeding up production to meet market demand during the upcoming Lunar New Year in early February. Families in Trì Bình Village, Bình Sơn District, began making traditional sesame cakes in the middle of December. According to Võ Thị Kim Hoành, she only makes around 2,000 cakes on normal days, but increases it to 5,000 as Tết approaches. At the Tam Bảo baked green bean cake production facility in Quảng Ngãi City, the owner needs workers to work overtime to complete orders. Customers are more interested in traditional cakes and candied products during Tết, especially Quảng Ngãi’s OCOP, thanks to its eye-catching designs.

The source of this news is from Vietnam News