COMPANY INTRODUCTION

Vietnam Food (VNF) company specializes in processing shrimp co-products to create value-added ingredients for various industries whilst alleviating environmental burden.

VNF is currently both the pioneer and leading shrimp co-products processor in Vietnam, providing comprehensive eco-friendly solutions from both shrimp heads and shrimp shells.

VNF’s FOUNDATION

VISION

    Today’s wastage is tomorrow’s resources

MISSION

VNF’s biotechnological ‘green’ orientation boosts the nutrient recovery and final value derived from shrimp co-products. Thus, breakthrough high-quality products can be sustainably offered to the market.

VALUE (3P’s MODEL)

  • People: Safe, accessible, and sustainable nutrition solutions for the people
  • Planet: Solutions to minimize environmental impacts, both from reducing landfill and lessening resource consumption
  • Profit: Shrimp co-products industry is revolutionized as value-added product portfolio proves co-products as valuable assets, rather than liabilities

3P’s VALUE MODEL OF VNF

ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS

ADDED VALUE

Input resources(1)
vGreenhouse gas emissions(1)

60-80%

Water

Chemicals

60-80%

Wastewater treatment costs

CO2 Gas

vPollution from landfill

Amount of shrimp co-products collected by VNF (that would’ve otherwise been directed towards landfills)

vResource utilization(2)
vAdded value (3)

>60%

Resources recovered & reused during production

>10 times

Final product portfolio adds exponential value from raw materials

vNew co-products Industry

Revolutionize a new shrimp co-products processing industry where value is found and added to a previously discarded raw materials

vNutrition solution

Provide nutrition-rich products made more accessible to local and global communities and industries.

vMore sustainable shrimp industry

Solve “burden” of shrimp co-products. Last puzzle piece to help shrimp industry more sustainable and can contribute higher values to society.

SOLUTION FOR NUTRITION

Note:

(1) Compared to traditional chitin production practices which consumes a lot of water and chemicals

(2) Rate is calculated as a percentage of the original volume

(3) Added value = Output Value/ Input Value