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What are the differences between organic and fresh food?
Answer from Vinamilk Experts

In Vietnam, fresh food is often associated with homegrown or produced food following VIETGAP standards. However, it is very difficult to control the objective impacts affecting the quality of homegrown food, such as heavy metals from rain, pesticide residues in soil,… More strict standards like VIETGAP has control over water and soil sources but still can use pesticides with the allowed amount.

In the US and Europe, the trend of using organic food is increasingly favored for its health benefits, environmental protection as well as conservation of natural resources. Organic products need to strictly follow organic standards from ingredients to production. For example, to organic milk powder products, milk powder comes from green organic farms, where the soil is left untouched for 3 years to balance the natural ecology, free from chemicals, fertilizers, chemical pesticides,… The cows are free to graze on the organic grass, drink pure groundwater, be raised naturally and cherished.

Because of the extremely strict requirements, very few products on the market can meet organic standards. Therefore, you need to choose the products evaluated by prestigious organizations. Some of the trusted international organic standards on the market are EU Organic (Europe), USDA (USA), JAS (Japan), NASSA (Australia),…




Organic Gold is the first super-premium formula product produced in Vietnam to be certified European Organic Standards, with 100% Organic milk powder imported from New Zealand and Europe.

The ingredients and production process meet the strict Organic standards: No growth hormone, No GMO, No residues