— Latest update: May 2022 —
Japan’s food industry, like in any other country, is closely related to its economy. Just like the rest of the globe, this industry has been heavily affected by the global pandemic starting in 2020. Though the industry is recovering, overall sales are still down from before. Food service industry stakeholders are now pursuing new business models by expanding takeout and delivery options.
The webinar is targeted to BEE NET (Building European Export Networks) MembersProgramme:IntroductionExperts’ presentationsQ&A SessionConclusionSpeakers: Prof Chieko Nakabayashi who will present: All
Are you familiar with managerial planning to draw optimal results when exporting and selling your agri-food products to Japan?Agri-food sector is one of the three areas where the EU expect to make the
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