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Turkey: Japan's food imports increased by 17 percent in the last 5 years

Japan
Turkiye
Market & Price Trends
Published Mar 3, 2024

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Turkey's food exports to Japan have seen a significant increase of 72% over the past five years, rising from $164 million to $282 million. Known globally as a food warehouse, Turkey is aiming to reach $1 billion in exports to Japan, with 51 of its companies participating in the Foodex Japan Fair in Tokyo. The country's food industry, which supplies a wide range of products including dried fruits, olive oil, poultry meat, and spices, is also targeting growth in other markets such as China and India.
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While Japan's food imports increased by 17 percent in the last 5 years, from 62 billion dollars to 73.6 billion dollars, Turkey's food exports to Japan increased by 72 percent in the same period, from 164 million dollars to 282 million dollars. Turkey, the food warehouse of the world, is participating in the Foodex Japan Fair in Tokyo on 5-8 March 2024 with 51 companies, with the target of 1 billion dollars in exports to Japan. Eskinazi: "We are the food warehouse of the world" Informing that Turkey is the food warehouse of the world with thousands of types of food products grown in Anatolian lands, Aegean Exporters' Associations Coordinator President Jak Eskinazi stated that they participated in the Foodex Japan Fair in Tokyo on 5-8 March 2024 with 51 companies in order for the Turkish food industry to achieve its goals in the Japanese market. brought. Stating that they will organize the Foodex Japan Fair, the largest food fair in the Far East, for the 26th time this year in the ...
Source: Kamu3
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