BIOFACH JAPAN 2024 - Save the date!
Be part of BIOFACH JAPAN, international trade fair for organic products in Tokyo from 25 - 27 October 2024.
With its long tradition - the first BIOFACH JAPAN took place in 2001 - BIOFACH JAPAN is very well established and known in Japan and the perfect complement to GOOD LIFE Fair. BIOFACH JAPAN is the ideal place for trade connections and making contacts as well as getting feedback directly from Japanese high income consumers.
BIOFACH JAPAN will be held parallel to GOOD LIFE Fair at Tokyo Big Sight. Compared the first edition of GOOD LIFE Fair in 2022, the numbers of exhibitors grew by more than 50%. For GOOD LIFE Fair 2024, around 600 exhibitors are expected. The high reputation of the fair is also reflected in the number of visitors - at the last edition, more than 35,000 visitors took part, 10 % of them business traders.
BIOFACH JAPAN has been part of the BIOFACH network since 2001 and the community in the country has grown continuously and is still growing. Develop your organic business in Japan and use this opportunity to open doors to this strategically important market.
Japan’s organic market
Significant potential for further growth
According to the Japan Organic Food Market Summary, the Japanese organic food market had total revenues of US$1.6 billion in 2021, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.2% between 2016 and 2021 and is estimated to be worth US$1.94 billion by 2026. Japan’s low share of arable land leads to high demand for imported organic food and beverages.
More and more Japanese consumers are re-thinking their contribution towards Japan’s sustainable development goals, with incorporating eco-friendly and sustainable goods into their lifestyles. This may have been largely triggered by the G20 Summit in Osaka 2019. Awareness of organic as a concept is on the rise and international organic products are considered to be of premium quality.
Further positive impulses are expected as more and more supermarket chains are getting into the organic trade. Also the rising organic e-commerce is facilitating the distribution of organic food all over the country. The launch of the “Organic Village” project by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) has the target to stimulate the growth of the organic share to 25% by 2050.