The Lithuania Japan Food Business Forum will focus on future prospects for high quality food in the context of global (trade) challenges as well as challenges and opportunities in the post-COVID-19 world. What might be the silver lining in the crisis and how might the food business use this to build a more prosperous food industry?
Food & Beverage
What business opportunities does Japan’s market for coffee, tea and soft drinks offer to EU SMEs and how can they enter it?
What business opportunities are there for EU SMEs in the Japanese beer market?
The main scope of the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ICCJ) is to promote Made in Italy in Japan. Having said that, the way the ICCJ has been doing so has changed significantly in the past 10 years.
Japan has a flourishing premium food market which is one of the best in the world. Japanese demand for great tasting, high-quality and innovative food brands from EU firms remains very strong. In fact, because competition between retailers is intensifying, demand for new and exciting products from the EU not yet sold in Japan is increasing. There has never been a better time to sell to Japan.
The webinar targets EU food firms and brands with products at the premium end of the market wanting to increase exports and depend less on their home market and generate revenues in what is one of the best export markets for European foods.
The EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement entered into force in February 2019. One of the main sectors promoted in this agreement is food.
Webinar 175: Compliance with Japanese Standards: How to test your food and beverage products before exporting to Japan
How can EU food and beverages exporters test the compliance to the requested Japanese standards?
Webinar 174: Compliance with Japanese Standards: How to test your organic product to obtain the JAS label
What are the certification process and the onsite-audit for organic JAS, from a EU testing laboratory perspective?