Report: Foodtech Sector in Japan

About the Report 

Foodtech, the technological transformation of the food sector, is the process of developing, producing and distributing food products using cutting-edge technology. The application of foodtech spans across a number of industries, including food science and the food service industry; it involves innovation at every stage of the food value chain.

The aim of this report is to assess the current status of the evolving foodtech sector in Japan. The report provides valuable insights into where the market is developing, which companies are the front runners, future prospects and is targeting EU-based small- and mid-sized companies that are manufacturing foodtech-related products and are seeking to enter the Japanese market or those aiming at strengthening their current position in Japan. The intended audience for this report also includes other actors in the value chain, including innovators and exporters.

About the Expert: 

Maths Lundin, founder of Sweden Japan Consulting Co., Ltd. (SJC), has more than 35 years of business experience working in Japan in sectors such as home appliances, food service equipment and nano technology. He is now working as a business consultant, including helping European companies to set up business in Japan.

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