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Vietnamese bananas acquire a traction in Japanese market

Vietnamese Goods Week in Japan finished on June 27 with Vietnamese bananas discovering a traction in this picky market.

TOKYO – Vietnamese Goods Week in Japan finished on June 27 with Vietnamese bananas discovering a traction in this picky market.

During the three-day occasion, alongside lychee and mythical serpent organic product, Vietnamese bananas pulled in the consideration of Japanese customers.

Katsuhiko Dan, an office specialist in Japan, said “Vietnamese bananas are scrumptious. This will be my normal decision.”

Soichi Okazaki, Executive Officer of Eon Co. Ltd – the coordinator of the Vietnam Goods Weeks, said Japan is bringing in bananas from numerous spots, for example, Ecuador, the Philippines and Taiwan (China), yet Vietnamese bananas are tasty and taste better.

He said that the organization will zero in assets on advancing the import of bananas in the coming time.

With serious costs and great quality, Vietnamese bananas can rival comparative items in the Japanese market, as per Okazaki,

He likewise said Eon is wanting to import longan from Vietnam to sell in its stores in Japan.

The two governments have arrived at an understanding that Japan will send out tangerines to Vietnam, and the other way around, Vietnam will sell longan in Japan, Okazaki said, adding that longan and lychees are sorts of organic products that are not difficult to eat.

The yearly Vietnamese Goods Week is a yearly occasion coordinated by Eon Ltd. Co, the Ministry of Industry and Trade, and the Vietnamese Embassy in Japan. It intends to raise Eon’s deals of Vietnamese items in Japan to 1 billion USD by 2025. Through the occasion, in excess of 100 organizations from 21 Vietnamese urban areas and territories have acquainted their items with Japanese buyers.

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