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Dry Edible Bean Market in Japan. Presented by: Koichi Numata July 2007 Japan Pea and Bean Importers Association Updated by . Consumption. ・ Total consumption 187,000 mt <last 5-years ave.> . ・ 60% for sweet bean paste use ・ downward trend due to increase in import of processed goods.

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Dry Edible Bean Market in Japan

Presented by:

Koichi Numata

July 2007

Japan Pea and Bean Importers Association

Updated by


Consumption

・Total consumption 187,000 mt <last 5-years ave.>

・60% for sweet bean paste use

・downward trend due to increase in

import of processed goods

Source MAFF


Supply-Demand

unit: metric tones

Crop-year (Oct-Sep)

<2006> <2005> <2004> <2003> <2002>

Beginning stock 78500 61,900 57,300 63,100 59,900

Domestic production 90900 104,700 72,600 88,700 95,100

Import 88400 90,100 114,20099,700 113,200

Total supply257800 256,700 244,100251,500 268,200

Total consumption179700 178,200 182,200194,200 205,100

Total inventory 78100 78,500 61,90057,300 63,100

Source MAFF


Import volume by Item in 2006

M/T

Source Customhouse


Import volume by Origin in 2006

M/T

Source Customhouse


White Kidney & Lima beans Import

M/T

U.S. Baby Lima

Others

Myanmar Butter

U.S. G. Northern

Can/U.S. Otebo

Source JPBIA


Positive List System for Agricultural Chemical Residues

  • The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare introduced the Positive List System for agricultural chemicals remaining in Foods on May 29th, 2006

  • This system is to prohibit the distribution of foods that contain agrichemicals above a certain level if maximum residue limits (MRLs) have not been established


What is previous System? ~ May 28, 2006

MRLs have been established in foods

250 agrichemicals &

33 veterinary drugs

prohibited distribution if detected above a certain level

MRLs have NOT been established in foods

No regulations for distribution if detected


New System (Positive List) May 29, 2006~

MRLs have been established in foods

  • approx. 800 agricultural chemicals

  • (Incl. pesticides, veterinary drugs & feed additives)

prohibited distribution if detected above a certain level

MRLs have NOT been established in foods

The uniform limit is set at 0.01 ppm

prohibited distribution if detected above 0.01 ppm


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