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Memorandum of Understanding to be signed to export bananas to Japan

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Core Tip: Twelve tons of Taiwan bananas were packed at a fruit gathering and packing venue in Nantou County on Wednesday, to be exported export to the Toyama Prefecture in Japan as part of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to be signed on October 12.
Twelve tons of Taiwan bananas were packed at a fruit gathering and packing venue in Nantou County on Wednesday, to be exported to the Toyama Prefecture in Japan as part of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to be signed on October 12.
 
When the bananas arrive in Japan, the MoU will be signed between Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in Japan and the Japan-Taiwan Friendship Association of Toyama for exporting Taiwan bananas to the prefecture.
 
Taiwan’s Agriculture and Food Agency said bananas can be grown in Taiwan all year round and that they have an excellent flavor. The agency said that Taiwan once exported as much as 400,000 tons of bananas to Japan every year in the '60s, and therefore many elders in Japan have missed Taiwan bananas very much.
 
Source: taiwannews.com
 
 
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