The term “Organic Food” is no longer strange to consumers around the world. Many people are concerned about their safety and health, so they have chosen this safe food. However, the decision to buy this product still faces some difficulties and challenges, such as the high price of organic products, short-time use, supply of products and so on. This study conducted an analysis to investigate the determinants of Danang City consumers’ intention to purchase organic foods in Vietnam. The results show that, there are 6 influencing factors, including: subjective norm, food safety & health consciousness, consumer knowledge & environment consciousness, price of the product, availability product and trust in brands and certifications. The study uses a combination of 2 qualitative and quantitative methods. Qualitative methods are used through analysis, evaluation and synthesis of previous studies to build research models and scales for variables. Quantitative method with 250 samples applied SPSS 25.0 to test the scale by Cronbach's Alpha coefficients, to analyze the discovery factor EFA and regression analysis. The findings of the study provide useful information for consumers to buy organic foods and for marketers to increase sale of organic foods in Vietnam in general and Danang city in particular.