Estonian fish processing company M.V.Wool AS is to export 200 tons of salmon worth around 2.3 million euros to Japan in the second half of 2016.
“We have our foot in the door and we are doing well — our produce is being praised,” head of the company Mati Vetevool told BNS. Last year the company exported 60 tons of frozen salmon to Japan and in the first half of the current year a total of 40 tons. The fish is Norwegian salmon, which is processed and frozen in Estonia. The salmon reaches Japan by sea in 45 days.
The revenue of M.V.Wool ...
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