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Japan Citrus Annual 2009

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Budget-conscious consumers and a stronger Japanese yen signal opportunities for U.S. citrus exports

In MY2009/10, "on-year" for Japanese tangerine trees is expected to offset decrease in planting area. Japanese imports of grapefruit are estimated to keep steady, while imports of oranges are expected to increase slightly. Lemon imports are expected to rise as domestic stock situation normalizes. Lower consumption of fresh produce among young consumers remains a concern. Japan lifts MRL-related sanctions on U.S. lemons and oranges.

Authors: 
Ito Kenzo
Authors: 
Jennifer Clever
Publisher: 
USDA GAIN
Year: 
2,009