The opening ceremony for MM Food Service Hưng Phú Centre. — VNS Photo
HCM CITY — MM Mega Market Vietnam (MM) recently opened its food wholesale and distribution centre, MM Food Service Hưng Phú, in Thủ Đức District in HCM City.
This is the first time MM has launched a wholesale and distribution food centre model for customers who need to buy large quantities and for professional customer groups like restaurants, hotels and canteens (HoReCa).
MM Food Service Hưng Phú is located in Linh Dong Ward, one of the central locations of Thủ Đức and close to Bình Thạnh District.
Food Service Hưng Phú owns a total area of nearly 4,000 sq.m with the net sales area almost 2,000sq.m. The items at the centre are diverse in type, from domestic to imported, including 6500 SKUs, mainly agricultural products and other essential items that cater to professional customers.
The opening of the new centre in Thủ Đức is expected to be the "new city in the East" in HCM City.
MM Food Service Hưng Phú aims to provide high-quality and safe foods at competitive prices for customers in the area.
Bruno Jousselin, Managing Director of MM Mega Market, said: “We focus on fresh and safe food, which has always been our company’s strength. MM Food Service Hưng Phú operates under the wholesale format dedicated to professional customers, which is more convincing proof that MM Mega Market is well recognised as the destination for high - quality fresh food. This is also in line with the Vietnamese Government’s direction and shows our consistent and high requirements on food hygiene and safety.”
MM Food Service Hưng Phú has modern infrastructure with food storage systems including cold warehouses for frozen items and refrigerators with different temperatures in accordance with standards for each kind of product.
The centre applies free delivery service within 7km for those who directly go to the Food Service centre, and door delivery service for professional customers, with sales via phone and website. The M-card application is also used at MM Food Service Hưng Phú. — VNS