Japan: ATO Osaka Trade Show Year in Review 2022

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This year ATO Osaka organized USA pavilions at three trade shows in Japan. In July, the ATO exhibited for the first time at FOODEX Kansai, the western Japan version of the USDA-endorsed show held in Tokyo every March. In August, the ATO returned to the Japan International Seafood Show for the first time in three years. In September, the ATO marked its fourth consecutive year exhibiting at FABEX Kansai, Western Japan’s largest food trade show. Across the three shows, ATO Osaka brought together 13 industry associations and 6 importers showcasing meat, seafood, fruit, vegetables, nuts, cheese, rice, sorghum, spirits, and processed products. Together the shows attracted 50,000 buyers.

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