100,000 Scallops to be Provided Free of Charge for School Lunches Nationwide: Hokkaido’s Mori Town Policy in Response to Chinese Embargo Good morning. Today’s article is about Hokkaido scallops.


In Mori Town, where scallop production is flourishing, elementary school children experience “ear-hooking” scallops to ropes for cultivation.

According to a September 24 report in the Hokkaido Shimbun, Mori-machi in the Tokushima region, known as one of the leading scallop producers in Hokkaido, has decided to provide free of charge approximately 100,000 meals of scallops stored at a fish processing company in the town for use in school lunches nationwide, following an embargo on Japanese marine products by China following the release of treated water from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant of Tokyo Electric Power Co. The town has decided to offer 100,000 scallops stored at a fish processing company in the town for school lunches nationwide.

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