Japanese juggling act

Japanese people place great value on healthy and high-quality food, which they have traditionally preferred to buy fresh and unpackaged. Those traditions were tested to the limit by the global coronavirus pandemic, as consumer behaviour changed dramatically and secure and hygienic packaging concepts were in high demand for fresh meat, bakery and convenience foods. As…

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