Japan’s strawberry crops have been devastated by recent typhoons. Photo: SCMP

Japanese strawberries: off the menu thanks to Typhoon Hagibis?

  • The typhoons Hagibis and Faxai decimated Japanese farms, wiping out crops, ruining land and equipment and causing damage worth over US$2 billion
  • Unions fear that on top of this, ‘invisible damage’ may be the last straw for an ageing workforce already under pressure from cheaper foreign imports
Topic |   Food and agriculture

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Japan’s strawberry crops have been devastated by recent typhoons. Photo: SCMP
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