Outstanding quality from Ca Mau dried seafood
Fried shrimp with tamarind of Ngoc Giau - Ca Mau dried seafood processing facility
Thanks to the temperate climate and the interlaced network of rivers, Ca Mau has become a locality with great potential for aquaculture development associated with consumption and export demand. According to Mr. Tran Dinh Luan, Director of the General Department of Fisheries, the cape region is home to many famous specialties, in which Ca Mau dried seafood has long been known by many customers inside and outside the province, as well as well received by many customers. . Positive reviews by quality assurance.Realizing the development potential of dried seafood, especially dried shrimp, the family of Ms. Truong Ngoc Giau, living in Tan Tien commune, Dam Doi district, Ca Mau province maintained the business of purchasing shrimp for more than 20 years, then decided to transition to processing. Build your brand and achieve a lot of success. Specifically, from the famous local source of meat shrimp, Ngoc Giau facility has brought to the market a variety of delicious and diverse processed dried seafood such as dried shrimp, cotton shrimp, roasted shrimp, shrimp paste, shrimp paste... there, specialty scrub cotton. Notably, tamarind-roasted shrimp products have been rated OCOP 3 stars by the Appraisal Council of the Ca Mau Provincial People's Committee in 2020.
Both products of Ngoc Giau dried seafood processing facility are certified by OCOP 3 in Ca Mau province in 2020.
ver, over the past time, the disease situation has been complicated, making the connection and consumption of products of farmers in general and dried seafood of seafood enterprises in Ca Mau greatly affected. According to statistics of the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Ca Mau province, in 2021 alone, the province's agricultural industry has decreased by nearly 2,000 billion VND. In which, aquatic products, dried seafood decreased by 87% in value and suffered the heaviest damage.The problem of transporting goods and commuting between localities at the time of the fourth outbreak of the epidemic was the cause leading to difficulties for production and business establishments in the consumption stage. Ca Mau fresh seafood therefore only reaches a few neighboring areas in the Cuu Long River Delta, leading to an oversupply and a scarce demand. The quantity of aquatic products that are difficult to consume often quickly deteriorates and decreases in quality, causing many farmers to fear that they will lose everything. From here, dried seafood products are superior in terms of preservation methods, increasingly asserting their position, becoming an effective savior to help workers overcome difficulties.
Ngoc Giau dried seafood products participate in the Ca Mau trade promotion program
According to Ms. Giau, dried seafood is not only convenient and less damaged but also ensures the taste and quality compared to fresh ingredients. Typically, scrub shrimp products are made from the famous crayfish in Ca Mau, so they contain a lot of protein, vitamins, and minerals. The nutritional value is not inferior to the cotton scrub made from pork or chicken.
Workers at Ngoc Giau dried seafood processing facilityThanks to little influence from market fluctuations, Ngoc Giau facility still ensures the number of employees working in difficult times. Thereby, the establishment contributes to helping local people, mainly female workers, stabilize their jobs and maintain an idle income of more than 4 million VND per month. Up to now, the establishment's products have appeared at many exhibitions, trade promotion programs, as well as supermarkets and convenience stores from the South to the North.
In 2021, the People's Committee of Ca Mau province said, the Vietnam Record Association has established Ca Mau dried shrimp in the top 100 national specialties and typical dishes for the period of 2020 - 2021. , producing and processing dried seafood, including Ngoc Giau facility, has more motivation to improve product quality, expand production scale to meet HACCP standards, seek opportunities to export dried seafood Ca Mau to the market. foreign.
Workers at Ngoc Giau dried seafood processing facility in Ca Mau province