The publication claims that it will not be easy to get rid of this crab addiction, as there are few mining areas capable of providing the necessary volumes.
The authors of the article explained the high demand for seafood from the Russian Federation in Japan due to US sanctions. If previously the United States was the largest consumer of Russian crab, now producers have focused on the Asia-Pacific region.
“Despite the political risks, we will continue doing business with Russia,” said Tsukiji Crab Trading director Tadaaki Nakamura. According to him, the high demand for products can only be satisfied thanks to the low cost of seafood products from the Russian Federation.