The processed food industry in Japan
In some ways food is unlike other commodities, as local tastes, delivery costs and quality are particularly significant issues for food producers. Food consumption has traditionally reflected local conditions, particularly the raw materials available in the region. For this reason it has been difficult to compare food industries in different countries. In recent years new farm and food technologies and cheaper international transport have increased trade in food products and reduced the...[Show more]
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