The OCOP showroom in Thanh Tri district is located at Tu Hiep commune of Van Dien town with an area of 200 square meters, aiming to promote local specialties with clear origins and qualified as OCOP products.
Vice Director of Hanoi’s Department of Industry and Trade Tran Thi Phuong Lan said the OCOP program would help support rural economic development towards higher added value and competitiveness.
Lan said this is an effective solution to realize the target of promoting agricultural restructuring and production in rural areas; contributing to economic restructuring and higher living standards for the people.
Products qualified as OCOP products are the acknowledged for products quality of the state for each product. To date, Hanoi has recognized 800 products with OCOP 3-star rating and above, in which Thanh Tri district has a total of 49 products.
To further support production of OCOP products, Hanoi People’s Committee would continue to identify and launch new OCOP showrooms across the city.
In addition to the OCOP program, Hanoi is implementing the program of tightening management of fruit stores in Hanoi in the 2020 - 2025 period.
The city targets by the end of 2021, 100% of fruit stores in Hanoi would meet requirements of food safety and certified as safe fruits stores.
Currently at Thanh Tri district, there are 224 fruit stores, while the local authorities have instructed 17 stores to apply for certification.
In 2021, the Department of Industry and Trade targets to have at least two showrooms of OCOP products in every district and commune, while cooperating with other provincial Department of Industry and Trade to take OCOP products from other provinces/cities to Hanoi.