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Sakhalin's agricultural enterprises are preparing to supply products to the Japanese market

Sakhalin agricultural enterprises and processing industry enterprises are exploring the possibility of exporting their products to Japan, the Minister of Agriculture, Trade and Food of the region Nikolay Borisov said today.

"Today, there is not only an active interest of the Japanese side to supply us with their technologies in the agro-industrial complex, in the processing industry and in the supply of their agricultural products, but there is a certain interest in our products," the minister said.

According to him, Sakhalin enterprises this year exhibited their products several times at the site of the Association of Hokkaido Food Enterprises.

"Interest has been shown in our livestock, grain products, butter and dairy products," the minister said. He recalled that Sakhalin has been supplying beer and bottled drinking water to the Japanese market for several years.

"The Japanese market is conservative, to break into it, you have to try. It takes time to meet the requirements of the Japanese market for products (in terms of shelf life, environmental safety and other parameters), which is what our enterprises are doing today," Borisov said.

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