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Nikkei staff writers February 4, 2023 04:20 JST | Japan
TOKYO -- Japan's food exports soared to a 10th straight annual record in 2022, as the economic reopening from the pandemic in many countries sparked renewed interest in dining out.
A weaker yen helped make foodstuffs from Japan competitively priced for international buyers as well.
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