Selling agricultural products online in epidemic season

Wednesday, 29/09/2021, 22:50 [GMT+7]

Selling agricultural products online in epidemic season

Facing the difficult situation of selling agricultural products during the epidemic season, many people are selling products online as a solution. This should be encouraged, however, the seller also needs to create a reputation when buying and selling products.

Luu Vinh Phu (Nha Trang) is an information technology engineer, working for a French corporation in Binh Thuan. Due to the Covid-19 epidemic, the corporation was temporarily closed, and he lost his job. Then, Phu raised chickens in Vinh Hoa ward to earn living. He started with 100 chickens each time. He feeds the chicken with vegetables, spoiled fruits and fish, so the chickens has good quality and his friends like to order. In the context of the epidemic, he made clips and posted them on Facebook and Zalo to introduce about his products. Now, he sells 3-5 chickens every day and directly ships them to consumers.

Tran Quang Hao - owner of Ma Bu Shop Guppy in Cam Loi, Cam Ranh also often makes funny clips about ornamental fish to introduce products to friends and customers. He often posts 1-2 clips/week on Youtube. Up to now, he has built a showroom to introduce ornamental fish in Cam Loi and has his own Youtube channel. Also from these clips, many aquarium players inside and outside the province know to order. He said that, in the context of the epidemic, advertising products online is very helpful.

 

Introducing ornamental fish on a clip
Introducing ornamental fish on a clip

 

Many people have chosen more simply ways like posting products or livestream on their Facebook account.

Today, all industries and fields can be present on the internet, opening up great opportunities for those who know how to use this tool in production and business... Even farmers also knows this way to sell their products. Especially, in the current epidemic situation, introducing products on social networks is an effective way.

According to Le Quoc Toan - Director of the Center for Farmer Support and Vocational Education under the Provincial Farmers' Association, it is encouraged for farmers to connect and advertise on social networking sites to sell their products, especially in the context of a prolonged epidemic and agricultural products are difficult to sell.

V.L

Translated by T.T