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Japanese government seeks new processing areas for scallops

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Japan
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Published Dec 12, 2023

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The Japanese government is supporting scallop companies in finding new overseas processors and sales markets to increase exports to the United States. They are planning to conduct inspections and negotiation with processing companies in Vietnam to ensure they meet hygiene and processing standards for export to the United States. Japan's seafood exports to the United States have increased by 18% in terms of yen, with scallop products being the main export.
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According to news from SeafoodNews on December 5, the Japanese government announced that it will support Japanese scallop companies in seeking new overseas processors and sales markets to increase Japanese scallop exports to the United States. ​ From the beginning of this month, Japan’s Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries hopes to go to Vietnam to conduct on-site inspections or negotiate with processing companies. ​ After inspection, the Japanese government believes that Vietnamese processing enterprises meet the hygiene and processing standards for export to the United States. ​ Of the 143,000 tons of scallops exported from Japan to China in 2022, 96,000 tons are frozen shelled scallops, and about 30,000 to 40,000 tons of scallops are shelled in China and exported to the ...
Source: Foodmate
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