Following the recent Japan disaster, Australian exporters should brace themselves for higher demand in fresh produce to Japan, especially meat and seafood. This comes as a result of food safety concerns and production shortfalls in Japan. Detection of cobalt, iodine and cesium in the sea near the crippled plant just north of Tokyo hit fish sales.
Japan is the world’s second largest seafood market and also Australia’s largest export destination.
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