Once, Ms. Luong Thanh Thuy, General Director of Luong Gia Food put on the table the dried mango to cut all the labels and invite partners to taste. Products selected by partners are products of Luong Gia Food with higher selling prices than similar products on the market.
Waiting for customers to feel the aroma, sweetness on the tongue, Ms. Thuy said that quality is the top priority of the company and expressed the hope that the partners will share the same direction.
“When it comes to Vietnamese agricultural products, people talk about cheap prices. I want people to say my products are good, high prices. I don’t like them saying my products are cheap, ” Ms. Thuy said in an interview with Forbes Vietnam. Vegetables and fruits are one of the important economic sectors in Vietnam with export value of billions of US dollars in recent years international markets. Luong Gia Food, an 11-year-old fruit processing company, is taking a different approach to the market, not competing at low prices but at product quality.
Luong Gia Food, full name is Luong Gia Food Technology Joint Stock Company, based in Ho Chi Minh City with two factory in Dong Nai, capacity of 100 tons / day. The company’s products are mainly dried tropical fruits, from plentiful fruits in Vietnam such as mango, papaya, dragon fruit, orange, pineapple … Luong Gia Food Factory in Long Khanh has modern BRC (British Retail Consortium) standard – a global standard for food safety published by the British retail association. This is the most stringent food safety standard accepted in more than 80 countries. In 2019, Luong Gia’s revenue will reach about VND 700 billion. According to transparency, the company has grown an average of 20% in revenue in recent years.
Established in 2009, currently, Luong Gia’s market structure accounts for 70% of exports in the form of custom-made products (ODM) for major brands such as Dole, Costco exporting to markets with high quality standards such as the EU, Korea, Russia … According to statistics, China is a market consuming 70% of Vietnam’s agricultural products, but Ms. Thuy does not want to boost consumption in the market more than 1.4 billion person because: “European partners make very difficult requirements on insurance, security, social responsibility and occupational safety. But they upgrade themselves. In the future, do not hesitate with any buyer. ” In addition to exporting, 30% of Luong Gia’s products appear on shelves of big domestic supermarkets such as Lotte, Vinmart, Co.opmart … with their own brands.
With favorable natural conditions, Vietnam is a country with a strong position in cultivation, a commodity that contributes significantly to vegetable exports of US $ 3.7 billion in 2019. Vietnam’s tropical fruits have two famous varieties, Hoa Loc and Cat Chu, which have been exported to many high-end markets such as the US, Australia, Japan, and South Korea. However, this fruit has thin skin, has difficulty in transportation and storage. In addition to the fragmented land, the harvested products are heterogeneous in terms of quality and size, which significantly limits the ability of large-scale exports of Vietnamese mangoes to international markets.
Luong Gia Food and many processing enterprises such as Vinamit and Lavifood are contributing to solve the output for Vietnamese fruits, the few businesses are deeply involved and the 5% stage of processed products of Vietnam’s agricultural industry. . According to transparency, dried mango is the key product contributing 40% of Luong Gia Food’s revenue. With a retail price of about VND 66,000 / bag of 100 grams, Luong Gia’s dried mango Ohla is the highest selling group among similar products on the market surveyed by Forbes Vietnam. Ms. Le Thi Kim Tam, director of An Vinh Company, the distributor of dried fruit, commented that Luong Gia’s products are low in sugar, naturally sour and sweet, no coloring, and are popular with visitors.
Mr. Jiri George Kratena, a Czech businessman, established a trading company trading fruits processed from many tropical countries, including Luong Gia Food’s Ohla brand. He tasted Luong Gia’s dried mango Ohla during his holiday to Vietnam last year, and concluded: “It’s the best I’ve ever tried.” After distributing this product, he said, “Luong Gia Food’s products taste different from other manufacturers.”
How do Luong Gia Food’s dried mango products create a “different flavor”? Ms. Thuy said to ensure the dried mango products retain their natural flavor, the first step is the company strictly controls the input material, “if it is too sour or fibrous, it will not be bought”. Luong Gia Food has a cold storage with capacity of less than 2,000 tons of fruit, both storing raw materials for the low season, and preserving fresh and raw materials for production. After being cleaned, fruits are immediately put into cold storage at low temperatures. Ms. Thuy said the company keeps its own recipe and know-how: experience in adjusting the time and temperature during the production process to create a unique flavor for the product close to the natural flavor.
In addition to consuming fruits for agricultural cooperatives around the factory area in Dong Nai, Ms. Thuy focuses on exploiting the main raw material area in Dong Thap, one of the fruit granaries of the delta Cuu Long. Luong Gia Food also expanded its product range from 15 to 17 samples of dried fruit and continuously diversified its products because fruits are harvested seasonally.
Born in 1976 in An Giang, Ms. Thuy started many times before founding Luong Gia Food. After graduating from university, she and her family ran a packaging printing company but felt that it was not suitable, so she accumulated enough capital to open her own restaurant when she was gifted and liked to cook food. The restaurant failed, from her specialty, Ms. Thuy opened a chao workshop, the product had a foothold on the distribution shelves of big supermarkets such as Co.opmart, Big C … of fresh agricultural business, she came up with a new business idea when she accidentally tasted Thai dried fruit product: “I think of Vietnamese traditional jam but more advanced.”
Ms. Thuy entered the fruit processing industry in 2009. Initially, the company did not know how to use raw mango raw materials, must add more color and aroma during processing. Therefore, the product hard and discolored after a while, the supermarkets simultaneously returned. After several failures, the husband issued an “ultimatum”: “If it fails again, it must be stopped.” Through a friend, Ph.D., a Vietnamese food doctor in France, she found a recipe and process of processing dried mangoes from ripe mangoes to ensure color and taste. To invest in equipment and factories, she sold all the houses and land. After success with the mango, the company tested other fresh fruits such as papaya, guava, passion fruit… Ms Thuy said: “There are two ways of starting a business. One is doing something the market has, two is doing something that the market doesn’t have. ” The husband once advised his wife to stop her current business in charge of input materials for Luong Gia factory.
After the production of processed goods, Luong Gia Food is focusing on developing its own brand Ohla when the domestic market has many new production facilities. “Previously, people thought that Vietnam only produced raw agricultural products and could not produce value-added products. We did that and put a dot on the map of the world’s dried fruit. Now, we want to build a brand of Vietnamese agricultural products, ”said Thuy.
Quote of Forbes Vietnam # 83 – April 2020: https://forbesvietnam.com.vn/tin-cap-nhat/luong-gia-food-tim-duong-thoat-phan-gia-re-11016.html
General Director Luong Gia, Luong Thanh Thuy want to bring Vietnamese agricultural products to conquer the world with quality products, variety and modern production lines.
Over a journey of more than 10 years of searching, improving products continuously, contributing to improving Vietnamese agricultural products in the world market, Luong Thanh Thuy – General Director of Luong Gia has turned snacks into gifts nutrition donation.
“Happiness is to bring positive values to the community through nutritious and convenient products,” said Ms. Luong Thanh Thuy.
Dream to contribute to improving Vietnamese agricultural products
A graduate of Business Administration, Ms. Luong Thanh Thuy is a manager at a family printing company in HCM city. Life is stable, but she always wants to start her own business. Incidentally, a younger brother went to Thailand to bring back some dried fruit, she tried it and came up with an intention to produce dried fruit. Thinking about it, she and a team of associates began to study.
“Working in the lab, the output is very small, so I bought testing machines to sell to the market. It seemed easy and arduous,” General Director Luong Gia recalls.
Hiring a 500m2 factory in Binh Duong in 2008, she started producing dried fruit, mainly mangoes. Near Tet, the company boldly distributed 7 tons of dried fruit to the supermarket, not promoting marketing, so the revenue did not reach. Out January, the supermarket sent back some truckloads.
Undeterred, she determined to pursue the path of production of dried fruit. Every night she goes to the market to buy 100kg of fresh fruit, offers in the morning, noon to the factory cargo. When offering goods at Ben Thanh market, customers buy half a kilogram of her to sell, then go to An Dong and Binh Tay markets and sell to tourists, overseas Vietnamese …
Thanks to continuous improvement of production quality and technology, Luong Gia dried fruit products have been exported to countries such as Korea, China, USA, Russia, France, Taiwan, Mongolia, the Republic. Czech. At the same time, the product is present in major domestic markets and supermarket systems such as Co.op Mart, Lotte, and Vinmart.
‘Going to the end must have passion’
Currently, two factories of Luong Gia in Nhon
Trach and Long Khanh industrial zones (Dong Nai) have the capacity of more than 100 tons of fresh fruit per day
with more than 500 workers working continuously. All products of Luong Gia are
manufactured according to modern lines, from the process of selecting high quality fresh fruits
on the farm and processing them using modern heat drying technology. Before being put
on the market are subject to strict censorship. The company also continuously upgrades
the factory to ensure food safety and hygiene according to BRC standards of Europe – one
of the highest standards in the world today.
Besides the list of 15-17 dried fruit products, businesses are constantly launching new products, exploiting the richness and diversity of types of Vietnamese fruit. The main processing technology is low-temperature drying, so the product is guaranteed of softness, elasticity to taste and the natural aroma and color of ripe fruits.
Luong Gia is also developing nutritious oatmeal and dried seeds. Luong Gia’s nutritious cereal products are made from Vietnamese fruits, seeds and oats imported from Europe, processed according to modern processes to ensure good micronutrients for health.
In addition to using as snacks, energy-boosting snacks, dried fruits, dried nuts and nutritious cereals of Luong Gia with the new brand Ohla has become a practical gift by Nutritional value as well as beautiful packaging and convenient storage.
Previously, Luong Gia focused on manufacturing and processing for big domestic and foreign brands, but now Ms. Luong Thanh Thuy focuses on building her own brand. Ohla brand is invested with the desire to bring customers natural, nutritious and convenient products.
With the core value of “commitment, quality, innovation, sharing, professionalism”, Ohla has been on the market with three high-end product lines including dried fruits, nutritious dried nuts, nutritious cereals. Further, the company aims to become the leading company in Vietnam in the next 5-10 years and become the top three in Asia in processing dried fruits, nuts and nutritious cereals.
Citing sources from vnExpress: https://vnexpress.net/kinh-doanh/ceo-luong-gia-ky-vong-nang-tam-nong-san-viet-4022404.html
Currently, dried fruits, nutritious dried nuts, nutritious oat meal are playful, snacking, attractive and nutritious breakfast. The happiness of a smart housewife is to watch her child sip a piece of dried fruit, some dry nuts or enjoy the whole grain and say “Mommy is delicious”…
Fresh fruits and nuts, oat meal are rich in nutrients, fiber and vitamins should help people stay healthy both physically and mentally, reducing the risk of disease. Adding fresh fruits, nutritious nuts and oat meal to the daily diet will bring practical benefits to each family’s health. In particular, according to the official recommendations of the National Institute of Nutrition, leafy vegetables, vegetables, fruits are the best source of vitamins, minerals and fiber for school age.
However, the use of fresh fruits and nuts is not always convenient because it is difficult to preserve. Nowadays, with the well-developed drying technology, dried fruits and dried nuts have become a popular dietary supplement because of its convenience, compactness, natural and delicious taste. Research results from experts show that dried fruits, dried nuts, cereals can provide a range of nutrients, including protein, fat, minerals, vitamins and enzymes, fiber … very Good for health, especially the heart, eyes and senses of adults and children.
On the other hand, busy modern times, people tend to choose fast food to simplify and save time for breakfast, snacks, snacks … Replace greasy fast foods with different types dried fruits or nuts, nutritious oat meal are considered to be extremely intelligent decisions of mothers in helping children develop healthy, energetic for every active day without avoiding being overweight and fat.
Vietnam is a country located in the monsoon tropical climate that helps the agricultural cultivation field to have good development conditions, especially diverse and abundant fruits, nuts and grains. Currently the market of fruits – dried nuts, oat meal in Vietnam has the presence of many businesses from large to small.
Besides, products imported from Thailand, China … without brands, unknown origin are still sold widely in the market. Therefore, consumers, especially mothers, always pay attention to quality, nutritious and safe products for health. The general advice of food safety experts is to pay attention. to the natural element and clear origin of the ingredients in the product. At the same time, it is also necessary to choose reputable brands, products processed according to the criteria: no preservatives, no colors, no artificial flavors.
Appearing on the market of dried fruit from over 10 years, using raw materials as fresh ripe fruit, Luong Gia has launched many products such as dried mango, dried jackfruit, dried passion fruit, dried guava, dried strawberries, dried figs, aromatic figs … Processing technology is the low-temperature drying method, so Luong Gia products are guaranteed almost the entire nutritional value, both soft, flexible and edible, billion The sugar content is only 5%, the rest is completely delicious taste and natural color of ripe fruit.
With two factories in Nhon Trach and Long Khanh industrial zones (Dong Nai), with a capacity of more than 100 tons of fresh fruits / day, Luong Gia now has 15-17 samples of dried fruits under the new brand name Ohla. and continually developing new products to meet the diverse needs, rich dishes of consumers.
All Luong Gia products are manufactured according to the supply chain, from the selection of high quality fresh fruits from the farm and processed using modern drying technology. All products before being released to the market are strictly censored, up to the standards of quality and food safety and hygiene (ATVSTP). Luong Gia continuously upgraded the factory to ensure food safety and hygiene according to BRC international standards of Europe.
Thanks to that, Luong Gia has been exported to countries like Korea, China, USA, Russia, France, Taiwan, Mongolia, Czech Republic … Currently, along with dried fruit products, Luong Gia is also develop Ohla-branded nutritious cereals and dried grains. Luong Gia Ohla grain and nutritious oat meal products are made from Vietnamese fruits, some nuts and oat meal are imported from Europe, then processed according to modern processes to produce finished products. The product ensures to keep the micronutrients good for health.
Ohla dried fruits, nuts and nutritious oat meal are packed in beautiful, eco-friendly packaging, a one-year shelf life and easy to carry around when needed to move. In the travel or wishing to snack, snack at work, school … Luong Gia products are suitable to choose. Not only are snacks, daily snacks, dried fruits, nuts, nutritious oat meal Ohla also becomes a cute, practical gift for friends, partners, customers … by nutritional value high, handy and good for health users, especially school age.
Citing sources from Dantri: https://dantri.com.vn/suc-khoe/ohla-mon-qua-cho-cuoc-song-tuoi-dep-20191204230530631.htm
Luong Gia has just launched the market of dried fruits, nuts and oatmeal brand Ohla, giving users more choices of safe products, with natural ingredients and clear origins.
Dried fruits, nuts and oatmeal nutrition are becoming more and more fast food and snacks because of their convenience and delicious taste. Besides the excitement of the market with many brands, large and small, products imported from Thailand, China … have no brands, no clear origin for sale.
In this context, in the past, Luong Gia only focused on manufacturing, doing OEM (original manufacturer) for big domestic brands (Co-op mart, Lotte, Vinmart …) and abroad, now Luong Gia is the main informally enter the market with its own brand.
The Ohla brand was launched to provide the market with valuable energy through three high quality product lines including dried fruits, nutrition nuts and nutrition oatmeal. Luong Gia’s goal in the next 5-10 years is to become a leading company in Vietnam and to be in the top 3 of Asia in food processing industry.
It is known that, more than 10 years ago, Luong Gia has started to produce flexible dried fruits with the desire to bring delicious, nutritious snacks and snacks to consumers, while contributing to improving and developing. Strong advantages of Vietnamese agricultural products with quality processed products. Luong Gia has produced many flexible dried products such as mango, passion fruit, guava, dragon fruit, from Luong Son. strawberry, pineapple, papaya … Processing technology is the low-temperature drying method, so Luong Gia’s products are guaranteed almost the entire nutritional value, both soft, flexible and edible, the sugar content is only 5%. , the rest is completely natural flavor and color of ripe fruit.
Owning two factories in Trach Trach and Dong Khanh industrial zones (Dong Nai), with a capacity of more than 100 tons of fresh fruits / day, Luong Gia now has 15-17 acres of dried fruit and is constantly developing its production. All Luong Gia products are manufactured according to the supply chain, from the selection of high quality fresh fruits from the farm and processed using modern drying technology. The product is strictly censored, meets the quality and food safety standards. Luong Gia continuously upgraded the factory to ensure food safety and hygiene according to BRC international standards of Europe.
For many years, Luong Gia’s dried fruit products have been available in Russia, France, Taiwan, Mongolia, the Czech Republic … and are present on stalls outside major wholesale markets, supermarkets, shops … all over the country.
Along with dried fruit, Luong Gia Company is also developing nutrition oatmeal and nuts also named Ohla. In particular, Ohla nutrition oatmeal products are made from fresh Vietnamese fruits, seeds and oats are imported from Europe, then processed according to modern processes to ensure the finished product. Micronutrients good for health. In addition to being used as daily food, Ohla dried fruits, nuts and nutrition oatmeal also become practical gifts because of the nutritional value as well as beautiful packaging, convenient storage and safe.
In addition to the outstanding quality, Luong Gia’s dried fruits are packed handy, the storage time is one year and easy to carry when needed to move. So consumers can eat a few pieces of dried fruit at any time, in the workplace or on planes, cars … very convenient and safe. In particular, with the special feature of dried fruit cut into bite-sized pieces, Luong Gia’s products are very safe, suitable for both the elderly and children. You can use the product Ohla to play, snack, snack between meals without fear of being bored with sugar or fat but adding the necessary fiber for an active day.
Citing sources from marketing world: https://thegioitiepthi.vn/trai-cay-say-hat-say-va-ngu-coc-dinh-duong-ohla-nguon-nang-luong-tu-nhien-an-toan-171568.html
Nearly 20 years in the market, through many business fields, female entrepreneur Luong Thanh Thuy pondered how to contribute to improving Vietnamese agricultural products.
Young, enthusiastic, not afraid of difficulties, determined to go to the same path that I have chosen … are some points about the General Director of Luong Gia Food Technology Corporation. From a marketer of dried fruit in Vietnam, she persevered in researching and developing products in a safe and nutritious manner.
At present, Luong Gia dried fruits, nutritious seeds, oatmeal are no stranger to Vietnamese families and conquer difficult customers in Taiwan, South Korea, Russia, Republic of Czech …
Heard, business blood has infused her since she was a child?
Ms. Luong Thanh Thuy: My family is originally from Tan Chau, An Giang. When I was young, my father opened a dental clinic, which was very famous in the area. Later, the elderly father no longer did dentistry but moved with his mother to buy and sell agricultural products, mainly rice.
On the summer holidays of my elementary school years, I would love to go buy junk food and then set up a small tray like those who play with goods, to sell to my father’s dental clinic.
I also like to cook. After graduating from high school, my relatives advised me to study Pedagogical University in the field of housework, but I prefer to study business and chose Economics University, majoring in business administration.
In 2000, my family moved to Saigon. At that time, the printing industry was developing well, and there was a relative working in the profession, so the parents set up the printing packaging company. My parents are old so only worked as a manager, and my two brothers had to tinker with learning by themselves and doing various things. Graduated from university, I officially work at the family printing company. The work here is technically inclined, so I don’t like it, always burning my intention.
Since when did she officially start her career and her predestined relationship with dried fruit came from?
Ms. Luong Thanh Thuy: In 2004, I started my own business and opened a restaurant specializing in beef dishes on Ho Xuan Huong Street (District 3). The reason for opening a restaurant is because I love to cook and like to create new dishes. On student vacations, I often take cooking courses at the Women’s Cultural House, HCMC. Ho Chi Minh City, used to cook parties or buy cook books in the spare time.
The restaurant is designed with green tones, the menu includes beef dishes with many sauces made by me. However, the premises rented up to 1,200 USD / month, but Ho Xuan Huong street which was only suitable to open a coffee shop, so a year later I had to come back to return to support my family’s business.
Some time later, I started my own business. My family used to trade agricultural products and I want to start from here. At that time, there was a cousin who made seeds in An Giang and I decided to make chao to make use of his distribution channel.
After going to the Food Technology Institute for research and technology transfer, because I did not have much capital, I rented a factory in Chau Thanh district, more than 60 km from Saigon. More than a year later, when I was able to do business, I confiscated the factory, causing me to relocate my production base to Binh Duong.
It’s been two years since I sold chao in supermarkets like Co.opmart, Big C … but I found the industry difficult to expand and had to compete directly with small businesses. In the middle of that time, when I happened to have a younger brother go to Thailand to bring back some dried fruit, I tried it and came up with an idea to make dried fruit instead of Tet jam.
The start seems favorable, surely the path of the dried fruit Luong Gia is also smooth sailing?
Ms. Luong Thanh Thuy: I thought it was so arduous. After successfully working in the lab, I decided to try a ton of dried fruit to sell to the market during Tet. Renting a 500m2 factory, I started to produce (mostly mangoes) but for a while I found the product to be hard and discolored. Through many improvements, I found that if the raw material is ripe fruit, it tastes better. Bringing this proposal to the lab, they said it couldn’t be done, so I had to tinker with myself.
Near Tet, I put 7 tons of dried fruit into the supermarket. No promotion, no marketing so no one knows to buy. Many inventory and color down. By January the supermarket sent back some trucks. Several billion dong poured into the river. Seeing that there was no other sales channel, it was so sad that my husband gave an ultimatum: “If I do not sell in 1-2 months, I will close the factory door.”
Then want to be brainstormed. The restaurant had to be removed, the chao workshop was also returned to his cousin. Unable to surrender, continue with the dried fruit. Determined to do, I continue to research and improve quality while also offering and selling.
For a long time, I went to the market every morning and went to the factory for lunch. Going to offer goods at Ben Thanh market, customers who buy half a kilogram also sell, so do An Dong and Binh Tay markets. Guests find it delicious, recommend one another, especially tourists, overseas Vietnamese love. Products that day though not as good as now but on the market almost no competition should sell well.
Fortunately, there was a friend who is a Ph.D. in France who came to play and enthusiastically advised me on how to process and preserve the product. Thanks to her, I got an order from France. Returned on Tet 2009, about a year after Luong Gia’s dried fruit has the opportunity to return to the supermarket and then be exported to South Korea, China, USA, Russia, France, Mongolia…
Before Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines had dried fruit, Luong Gia’s products were different?
Ms. Luong Thanh Thuy: Same as dried mangoes but Thai products are mainly made from raw (unripe) mangoes, additive and flavor. Luong Gia’s products are made from ripe mangoes, the sugar ratio is only 5%, drying is not too hard, retaining the full natural flavor.
Currently, Luong Gia has nearly 20 products of dried fruit (mango, papaya, pineapple, dragon fruit, guava, soursop…) and continuously have new products. In particular, dried passion fruit is a unique product that only Vietnam has.
Luong Gia currently has two factories in Nhon Trach and Long Khanh industrial zones (Dong Nai), with a capacity of more than 100 tons of fresh fruits / day with more than 500 workers.
All Luong Gia products are manufactured according to the supply chain, from the selection of high quality fresh fruits on the farm and processed using modern heat-drying technology.
Before launching to the market, all products are strictly censored, up to the standards of quality and food safety. Luong Gia continuously upgraded its factory to ensure food safety and hygiene according to the highest international standard currently known as BRC of Europe.
After more than 10 years of appearing on the market, now Luong Gia products are wearing a “new shirt” named Ohla. What can you share about this new name?
Ms. Luong Thanh Thuy: I am very passionate about this new name. Ohla sounds fun, isn’t it (laughs), both pictorial and pictorial, easy to read and easy to remember. Ohla also means a beautiful life, very suitable for “snacking” products of Luong Gia. I always want a beautiful life for myself and everyone.
Up to now, it seems that you still have a lot of heart for Vietnamese fruits?
Ms. Luong Thanh Thuy: Until now I can confidently identify myself as an “expert of dried fruit”, looking at the product and knowing what method people follow. Because I like to research and analyze to create and diversify products, I am not afraid of difficulties.
Vietnam’s agricultural products are rich and quality, but the life of the farmers making it is still very difficult. Improving production technology, diversifying products, expanding export markets is the best way to improve Vietnamese agricultural products. And this is exactly what I was always thinking.
From your own experience, what would you like to say to young people who are just starting out?
Ms. Luong Thanh Thuy: After finishing university, I went to work at my family’s printing company, so I did not have the experience in a professional working environment like some friends. But in return, I have practical experience from finding customers, markets to business managers.
Success has, failure has and the first lesson I learned is to be persistent and consistent with the path you have chosen. If there is only knowledge without creativity, there is no “strong love” for the job, it is difficult to make products that suit the needs of the market. Whatever you do, want to go to the end must have passion: Go ahead, there must be a way.
So what makes you most satisfied in your business journey?
Ms. Luong Thanh Thuy: It is Luong Gia who started to make a mark on the domestic and foreign markets. Going abroad, seeing my products well received by my customers. That emotion is not only pure joy of business people but also of pride because Vietnam has high quality dried fruits.
Along with dried fruit, Luong Gia is currently investing in the development of nutritious nuts and oatmeal
In Luong Gia, she is both in charge of sales and directly in charge of R&D. The husband is also responsible for organizing the production management and developing the input material area. How can she balance the business and the role of housewife in the family?
Ms. Luong Thanh Thuy: It is not easy, but not too hard. It is important to know how to organize to overcome your limits and achieve what you want.
I always work hard, but still spend time looking after my family and not “neglect” myself. I like to take my children to and from school every day, like to go to the market to pick and choose delicious dishes that suit my husband and children. On average, I spend 10 hours a day working, but when my family or my husband needs me, I am there.
What is the secret to keeping her fresh and relaxed?
Ms. Luong Thanh Thuy: Although I am very busy with my work and my family, I am still conscious of taking care of myself. While I wait for my children to take extra classes every Sunday morning, I usually sit with my friends on coffee or at the spa … For me, no matter what I do, I have to be beautiful every day (laugh). I am also a fashionista, like to make my own style. Just look at some new and strange fashion patterns, how tired and tired. Life is light, simple as that.
Thank you she!
Citing sources from theLEADER:https://theleader.vn/nu-tuong-luong-gia-va-khat-vong-nang-tam-nong-san-viet-1573443702102.htm