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Published September 27, 2013
The organics sector in the U.S. and Japan is valued at more than $36 billion combined. Read More »
Navigating Japan’s Regulatory Framework
By Evon Chan, Regulatory Affairs Adviser, EAS Strategic Advice (Asia Office)
Published November 1, 2012
Local authorities distinguish between several types of health food products. Read More »
Notes from Japan: Yakult Delivers More Than Probiotics
By Sean Moloughney
Published March 1, 2010
Perspectives from a visit to the Far East with Yakult Honsha, Co., Ltd. Read More »
By Ron Bailey
Published July 1, 2008
Herbs and botanicals continue to figure very prominently in many market sectors. Read More »
By Ron Bailey
Published March 1, 2008
Exploring a market based on supportive science and demonstrated health needs. Read More »
By Ron Bailey
Published July 1, 2006
This update focuses on recent developments in the regulation of functional foods and nutraceuticals in Japan. With nearly 600 individual product approvals, the most dramatic growth has taken place in the FOSHU (Foods for Specified Health Uses, "Tokuh… Read More »
By Ron Bailey
Published March 1, 2006
Opportunities abound for companies willing to develop the necessary scientific and marketing support. Read More »
By Ron Bailey
Published March 1, 2005
Prebiotics and probiotics are established categories in Japan that are ready for additional growth opportunities. Read More »
By Ron Bailey
Published March 1, 2004
Reviewing activity on the antioxidant front. Read More »
By Ron Bailey
Published March 1, 2000
Maintaining good health is major focus in Japan. Read More »
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