(seafood.vasep.com.vn) The Vietnam Record Organization has just recognized Minh Phu Seafood Corporation as the owner of the largest organic shrimp farming area in Vietnam's mangroves, with a total area of 9,722 hectares and a total area of 9,722 hectares and participation of 2010 Ca Mau farmer households.
Minh Phu is one of the leading seafood corporations in Vietnam. The group's products are currently sent to more than 50 countries and territories, with a turnover of over 10,000 billion VND per year.
Minh Phu has 12 member companies, including 4 shrimp processing factories and 8 companies under the group.
On May 31, 2006, the company changed into Joint Stock Company of Minh Phu Seafood Group. Minh Phu has two key products that make up the reputation of Minh Phu Seafood Corporation: Black Tiger Shrimp and Whiteleg Shrimp.
On January 20, 2017, Minh Phu Seafood Corporation established Minh Phu Social Enterprise with social and environmental goals. Minh Phu social enterprise has been implementing projects to certify organic shrimp farming areas in mangrove forests in Ngoc Hien district, Ca Mau province in order to fulfill social responsibility, product traceability, and sustainable development of livelihoods for shrimp farming communities, raise awareness of environmental protection, protect and develop mangrove forests, purchase certified products, preserve and develop traditional forest shrimp farming, promote the development of cultural values of shrimp farming, building a brand image and enhancing organic shrimp as specialty and high-quality products... contributing to the economic, cultural and social development of the locality.
Besides, Minh Phu is a seafood enterprise that owns many prestigious international certifications such as: ASC, BAP, GLOBAL GAP, EU ORGANIC, CANADA ORGANIC, BRC, IFS, ISO 14000, ISO 22000, BSCI, WRC, HALAL. That advantage has helped the company focus on technology investment, expand operations, improve product quality, expand market share as well as brand name in domestic and international markets.