Japan’s farm ministry launches export assessment services

TOKYO, Sept. 1 ― Japan’s agriculture ministry is ready to help farmers find markets to export their products.

Japan’s agriculture ministry has launched the Global Farmers Project (GFP), which offers export assessment for farmers and matchmaking services to let farmers match with traders for exports.

Farmers can create their online profiles; they need to fill out additional requirement information including their export products, volume and destinations that they are interested in.

The agriculture ministry, with the help of the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), Tokyo-based wholesaler Tokyo Seika Co. and others who have farm export expertise, will assess farmers’ profiles and offer them advices.

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