Thursday, January 23, 2020

USA Fruit Exports Expected to Increase

The chances for USA fruit exports to Japan are expected to increase due to the decline in domestic cultivation in Japan due to the aging of fruit growers.
Japan imports a third of its fruit, with the United States taking second place among exporters. The United States is the main supplier of oranges, lemons, grapes and cherries. 
Read more about the greater opportunities for fruit imports to Japan due to aging of local growers.

Visit the USDA Exporter Guide to Japan

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