When exporting food products, the exporter should be aware of importation procedures, laws and administrative forms, in order to ease this process. The Japanese authorities have developed many regulations concerning various aspects of food exportation (such as packaging and containers, food additives, biotech events, pesticides and other contaminants etc.) which must be complied with.
Are you familiar with administrative processes in sequence when exporting and selling your agri-food products to Japan?Agri-food sector is one of the three areas where the EU expects to make the
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