Ms. Pham Thi Bich Thuy
Mr. Tran Van Hieu
At DACE we concentrate on developing a selected range of important organic spice products: ginger, chili, turmeric, garlic and lemongrass.
The main growth area for our products is in Cao Bang with an available acreage of over 300 hectares. Here we cooperate with local farmers and with the support of local authorities, we invest in building the agricultural value chain of organic spices. The Ha Quang district in the Cao Bang province is low-income farming area. The chosen collaboration model, with the help from the local authorities, results in a benefit for all parties involved.
At DACE we run a factory in Hanoi to ensure the supply of products to our customers. Next to the supply of organic spices for export, we are developing processed products and organic spices for the domestic market.
Together with our farmers we have obtained the organic certifications for Europe, USA and Japan for the cultivation and the processing of ginger, turmeric, garlic, chili and lemongrass.
DACE’s organic products have been being exported to Europe, USA, South Korea, Japan, Australia, and Russia. We are working hard to increase the export for the benefit of our staff, farmers and our customers.
Bring the quintessence of Vietnam spices to the world.
Become a model to create and trade in organic product and service ecosystems from Vietnamese spice crops.
DACE is in fact a name of a yellow, small fish, but strong and extreme clever. It can swim upstream or wander in its own ocean. Dace was established with th same image, although maintained on a small scale but with good skills, good attitude, charisma, dynamism and kindness.
We want to develop our business by offering a fair deal to all involved. At DACE we are an equal opportunity employer. In fact, both in the factory and in our office, more women than man are employed. We offer our farmers not only a good minimum price for their products and a plus if the margins are good, but we also support them technically and with the schooling of the children in their families.