At present, Cambodia is the eighth cassava producer in the world. About 90,000 households produce cassava, and 13 provinces grow cassava, covering an area of over 570,000 hectares. It can produce about 13 million tons of cassava per year. The raw materials are abundant, but there are not many cassava processing plants. In particular, the advanced and high-quality cassava processing plants are lacking. Therefore, Cambodia cassava production and processing strategy aims to promote the establishment of more cassava processing plants to produce more cassava value-added products, mainly cassava starch, cassava flour and cassava chips. At the same time, the initial development of Cambodia cassava production strategy is aimed at exporters of cassava chips, cassava starch and cassava flour in Vietnam and China, and the demand for these cassava products in China is indeed quite large, because cassava starch and cassava flour scope of application in industrial production is becoming wider and wider, and it has penetrated into the daily life of Chinese people, especially on food.