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Turkish food sector set a target of 1 billion dollars in exports to Japan…

Press release…

Japan’s food imports have soared by 17 percent in the last 5 years from 62 billion to 73.6 billion dollars, while Türkiye’s food exports to Japan increased by 72 percent in the same period from 164 million to 282 million dollars. Türkiye, the world’s food warehouse, is participating in the Foodex Japan Fair in Tokyo on 5-8 March 2024 with 51 companies with a target of 1 billion dollars in exports to Japan.

Eskinazi; “We are the world’s food warehouse”

Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EIB) Coordinator Chair Jak Eskinazi, who informed that Türkiye is the world’s food warehouse with thousands of different food products grown in Anatolian lands, stated that they participate in Foodex Japan Fair in Tokyo on 5-8 March 2024 with 51 companies in order for the Turkish food sector to reach its targets in the Japanese market.

Pointing out that they will be organising for the 26th time of participating in Foodex Japan Fair, the largest food fair in the Far East, within the context of Türkiye’s National Participation Organisation, Eskinazi said, “We are one of the leading suppliers of seedless raisins, dried figs, dried apricots, olive oil, table olives, sea bass, sea bream, Turkish salmon, poultry meat, eggs, pine honey, hazelnuts, bulgur, flour, cherry, cherry, quince, moreover we are also one of the world’s strongest suppliers of cucumber, melon, watermelon, apple, pepper, mandarin, tomato, laurel, thyme, sage, liquorice, black tea, red pepper, poppy, cumin, mint, oil rose, aniseed, pickles.”

“Japan is a reference market for the Turkish food sector. When you export to Japan, you demonstrate that you have reached the quality to export food products to all over the world. Our growth in the Japanese market will pave the way for an even faster increase in our food exports worldwide. We want to boost our exports by improving our relations with Japan,” Eskinazi added.

“Our aim is to ramp up our food exports to Japan over 1 billion dollars in the medium term,” Eskinazi concluded…

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