Before You Go: A Primer on Japan's Export Requirements
Here are some indispensable basics on how to meet requirements
fro exporting products to Japan. Whether you're interested in shipping
fruits, vegetables, nutraceuticals or additives, FAS can help you build a
knowledge base for success.
Alert: Regulation News You Can Use
Sanitary and food safety regulations
vary by country and can change quickly. FAS' agricultural attaches' do a great
job of keeping exporters abreast of the latest requirements. This article
gives examples of the information available.
the Mark: U.S. Thoroughbreds Impress Middle Eastern Buyers
The United States is gaining ground
selling different breeds of horses, including Arabians, to buyers in the United
Arab Emirates, who often run their animals in premier races.
for Exports? Try Surimi in France
In the past 10 years, French surimi
consumption has tripled. Affordable prices and a steady stream of innovative
products are supporting strong sales and good opportunities for U.S. suppliers.
Dutch Taste for "New World" Wines Grows
Demand for "New World"
wines in the Netherlands and the rest of Western Europe is expected to rise,
buoyed by higher per capita consumption of lighter alcoholic drinks.
Changes for the Netherlands' Organic Industry
This country holds key opportunities
for U.S. organic food producers. Exporters can use outlets from
supermarkets to boutiques to maximize market penetration.
Dutch Market for Nuts
U.S. nuts play an important role in
Dutch imports of almonds, pistachios, pecans, walnuts and peanuts.
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