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A disaster relief project has achieved its goal of distributing 1 million packets of tofu made with Paraguayan soybeans among tsunami victims in Tohoku.

Project members have been supplying disaster survivors in Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures since last April with tofu produced from soybeans harvested near Paraguay’s Iguassu Falls, according to Gialinks Co., a domestic food importer leading the project.

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