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Report: How to Export to Japan (Food Sector) - Quick Guide 2022

About the Report 

It has been 3 years since the EPA entered into force. It has established itself as the economic foundation of the EU-Japan partnership over this time, and in 2021, goods trade between the two countries reached pre-pandemic levels, reaching 125 billion euros. The EU food sector is one of the major industries benefiting from the agreement. Thus, this guide aims to provide a brief overview on regulation aspects to consider when exporting foods to Japan.

  • Does your product contains additives that are not allowed in Japan?
  • What should you put on your package label?
  • Where to find data on the Maximum Residue Limits of agricultural chemicals in foods allowed in Japan?
  • and more

 

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An updated 2023 report was released here

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