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  2. 1. Alpha Starch (Pregelatinized Starch) Pre-gelatinization is the simplest modification, which is accomplished by cooking and drying. Pregelatinized starch is widely used in pharmaceuticals because it is bland, odorless, and capable of digestion. 2. Modified starch E1404 (oxidized starch): Used to increase recovery rate of pulp in the paper manufacturing industry, waterproof paper. 3. Modified starch E1412 (Distarch phosphate): Used as paste and stability increasing agents in food products, fillers for printers, paper industry, producing instant noodles, sausages, fish-ball, meat-ball, etc. 4. Modified starch E1414 (acetylated distarch phosphate): Used in canned foods, frozen foods, soy sauce, chili sauce, tomato ketchup, soup, gravies, yogurt, meat-ball, fish-ball, pudding and jelly, baked foods, etc. 5. Modified starch E1420 (acetylated starch): Used in instant noodles, frozen foods, ham, sausage, fish ball. 6. Modified starch E1422 (acetylated distarch adipate): Used in the products of chili sauce, soy sauce, tomato sauce, vegetable sauce, canned meat products, canned fish, fish balls, biscuits, pudding, yogurt, cream, etc. VIETNAM TYPES OF MODIFIED TAPIOCA STARCH
  3.  GCOMSL in Vietnam has good relationships with local suppliers of Tapioca Starch. Therefore, we offer our customers with competitive costs and high- quality standards.  Especially, we have connections with major factories processing tapioca starch with a total annual capacity of 6.4 million tonnes of tubers in Tay Ninh Province. WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE GLOBAL COMMODITIES AND SHIPPING LTD?
  4.  Customs declaration documents when exporting Tapioca Starch:  Sales contract (Commercial contract)  Commercial Invoice  Packing List  Bill of lading  Certificate of Phytosanitary (Phyto)  Certificate of Origin (C/O)  Certificate of Free Sale (CFS)  Health Certificate (HC)  ….. COUNTRY-SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS
  5.  Vietnam, NZ and Australia are common members of at least three free trade agreements (FTAs), including the ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand FTA (AANZFTA), the CPTPP and most recently the Regional Economic Partnership Agreement (RCEP). FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS
  6. NO. COMPANY NAME TESTING COMPANY INFORMATION 1 Công ty cổ phần Tập đoàn Vinacontrol Số 54 Trần Nhân Tông, Quận Hai Bà Trưng, Thành phố Hà Nội. Điện thoại: 0243.943.3840 2 Công ty TNHH Giám định Vinacontrol Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh Số 80 Bà Huyện Thanh Quan, Quận 3, Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh. Điện thoại: 0283.931.6323 3 Trung tâm Kỹ thuật Tiêu chuẩn Đo lường Chất lượng 3 Số 49 Pasteur, Quận 1, Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh. Điện thoại: 0283.829.4274 4 Trung tâm Kỹ thuật Tiêu chuẩn Đo lường Chất lượng 2 Số 02 Ngô Quyền, Quận Sơn Trà, Thành phố Đà Nẵng. Điện thoại: 02363.833.009 5 Trung tâm Kỹ thuật Tiêu chuẩn Đo lường Chất lượng 1 Số 8 Hoàng Quốc Việt, Quận Cầu Giấy, Thành phố Hà Nội. Điện thoại: 0243.836.1399 6 Viện Kiểm nghiệm an toàn vệ sinh thực phẩm Quốc gia Số 65 Phạm Thận Duật, Quận Cầu Giấy, Thành phố Hà Nội. Điện thoại: 0243.933.5741 7 Viện Y tế công cộng Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh Số 159 Hưng Phú, Quận 8, Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh. Điện thoại: 0283.855.9503 PARTNERS WITH MANY LOCAL TESTING CENTERS IN VIETNAM
  7.  Rice has always been a traditional strong export of Vietnam. As a rice production hub of the world, the country is set to remain the world’s second largest rice exporter in 2021 with 6.4 million tons. B. RICE
  8.  The two major rice production regions of Vietnam are Red River Delta (North) and Mekong Delta (South)  These delta regions occupy about 66% of the total rice production area and provide up to 70% of the total material paddy yield of the whole country.  The Mekong Delta is still the largest “Rice Bowl” of Vietnam with nearly 4 million hectares by 2019. This delta annually produces over 50% of total national rice production as well as over 90% of rice commodity for export. RICE IS CULTIVATED A LOT IN THE FOLLOWING PROVINCES
  9.  Vietnam produces two major kinds of rice including sticky rice and ordinary rice of high and normal quality. The following are the classifications of Vietnamese ordinary rice varieties based on their structures, shapes, and colors.  According to structures and shapes: There are long grain rice, middle grain rice and short grain rice.  According to colors: There are brown rice, white rice, red rice and black rice.  Regarding Vietnamese high quality rice, there are two kinds including special quality rice and fragrant rice.  Especially for exporting, Vietnam exports the following kinds of rice: 5% broken rice polished one time, 5% broken rice polished twice, 10%, 15%, 25% and 100% broken rice. Besides, Vietnam also exports glutinous and sticky rice, ordinary rice, rice parboiling and fragrant rice. VIETNAMESE RICE VARIETIES
  10.  In the current export structure, white rice still predominates. Vietnamese white rice is a competitor of Thai average and high quality rice.  The export value of white rice accounted for 32.5% of the total turnover;  Jasmine rice and fragrant rice accounted for 32.9%;  Sticky rice accounted for 29.6%;  Japonica rice and Japanese rice varieties accounted for 4.8%  Rice exporters swiftly adjusted their strategies and actively sought new markets and fully utilizing the benefits of FTAs EXPORT STRUCTURE
  11.  Limestone is used in manufacturing plastics, paper, rubber, paints, ceramic, artificial marble, cattle-feed, poultry-feed, cosmetics, and pharmacy, etc.  The main growth driver of this market is the growing demand for cement in the construction industry.  Emerging economies in Southeast Asia are experiencing strong demand for infrastructure projects, which in turn increases demand for homes, construction materials and related services. The recovery of the European construction industry is also what makes limestone “sold out” in the future. C. LIMESTONE
  12.  Vietnam’s limestone occupies 50,000-60,000 km2 of the continent, equal to 20% of the territory of Vietnam.  There are limestone areas that account for half of the area, including Ninh Binh (53.4%), Cao Bang (49.5%), Tuyen Quang (49.9%) and Ha Giang (38.0%).  In particular, areas such as Mai Chau (Hoa Binh province), Moc Chau, Son La (Son La province), Tua Chua, Tam Duong (Lai Chau province), Dong Van, and Meo Vac (Ha Giang) are complete regions limestone.  Most of Vietnam’s limestones are of biochemical origin. MAJOR LIMESTONE QUARRIES
  13.  Limestone Powder for Poultry Feed  Granular Limestone for Poultry Feed  Calcium Carbonate Powder  Quick Lime & Hydrated Lime  Dolomite & Decorative Stone  High quality limestone meets the requirements of cement production, industrial lime and soda are present in 29 provinces of Vietnam but unevenly distributed, concentrated mainly in North and North Central region. Now, more than 80 mines have been surveyed, assessed and explored at different levels with a total reserve of about 08 billion tons. LIMESTONE PRODUCTS: