TOKYO -- It was more than three decades ago that Iwatsuka Confectionery, a little-known snack producer on the Sea of Japan coast, decided to entrust a struggling overseas company with its traditional techniques for making rice crackers.
Neither firm could likely have foreseen just how big a hit these "sembei" crackers would become in China.
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