A delegation from the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan visited the Japanese city of Nagoya. There, a meeting was held with Masaharu Sugie, executive director of Tokura Shoji, as reported by the Dunyo news agency.
Masaharu Sugie greatly appreciated the quality of dried fruits – grapes, prunes, and apricots – imported from Uzbekistan, and expressed his readiness to further expand the supply of goods to provide the Japanese population with an opportunity to enjoy the high quality and special taste of Uzbek products.
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Tokura Shoji’s significant interest in products from Uzbekistan is evidenced by the inclusion of Uzbek dried fruits in the company’s catalog, which is published regularly and distributed among their business partners.
Earlier EastFruit reported that in 2020, Uzbekistan would continue to rapidly increase the supply of fresh melons and apricots to the Ukrainian market. In the first nine months of 2020, Ukraine imported 3,100 tons of Uzbek melons and 2,200 tons of Uzbek fresh apricots. Compared to the same period in 2019, the volume of imports of melons and apricots from Uzbekistan to Ukraine increased 2.9 and 2.3 times respectively.
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