Food self-sufficiency ratio of meat in Japan FY 2010-2018

In fiscal year 2018, the food self-sufficiency ratio of meat in Japan was estimated to reach 51 percent, implying that almost half of the meat consumed in the country are imported products. The food self-sufficiency ratio indicates the share of food consumed in Japan that is covered by domestic production.

Annual weight based food self-sufficiency ratio of meat in Japan from fiscal year 2010 to 2018*

Self-sufficiency ratio
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Source

Release date

August 2019

Region

Japan

Survey time period

fiscal years 2010 to 2018; the Japanese fiscal year starts April 1 of each stated year and ends March 31 of the following year

Supplementary notes

*Including beef, pork and chicken meat. Excluding fish.
**Estimate.

According to the source, the self-sufficiency ratio is calculated as follows:
Domestic production volume/Domestic shipment volume x 100.

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