Food

Success Story: Formosa Gourmet / SME

Formosa Gourmet – from Portugal

Formosa Gourmet is a gourmet food brand promoting Portuguese delicacies (olive oil, canned fish, salt). In March 2018, the SME attended the “Food & Drinks mission in Japan” organised by the EU-Japan Centre, which included 4-day (free) exhibition space at FOODEX Japan, the largest food and beverage fair in Asia.

The company presented his range of organics seafood products to Japanese visitors and distributors.

Case Study: Nuhealth Group / SME / Want to Sell their Products in Japan

Nuhealth Group – from BG

Company Nuhealth JSC is a young company, founded by experienced and ambitious professionals with more than 20 years of experience and exceptional know-how in the production of food products.

Report: Importing Japanese Food into the EU

About the Report:

The EU has a high per capita demand and is the world’s largest fish consumer, hence this paper suggests that Europe could be a prospective market for a wide range of Japanese food products. For European companies to seize this business opportunity, this report examines key questions, such as why and what kind of Japanese food products could be imported to the EU? What are key characteristics of Japanese cuisine and its ingredients? And lastly, where to find relevant food producers in Japan?

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Case Studies

As the world’s third biggest economy, the Japanese market is an excellent opportunity for European companies to export their products and/or services.

About Food & Beverage

Japan’s status as a cultural superpower is perhaps best exemplified by the global popularity of Japanese cuisine.

Restaurants & Catering

Japan’s food industry is closely related to its economy. Changing habits are reflected in the decrease of traditional, family-run restaurants, which are steadily being replaced by new chain restaurants. The increased number of visitors to Japan is likely to benefit the sector.

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