Fruit in Japan: Policies and Issues (Asian Economic and Political Issues: Food and Beverage Consumption and Health)

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Japan is a large market for fruits and its consumers spend $10 billion per year (wholesale value) on fresh and preserved fruits. This book examines Japan's policies that protect and regulate its agricultural markets.

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