NEW YORK – Major Japanese sake brewers are stepping up U.S. production and considering further expanding capacity as their local units introduce new varieties that meet American tastes and complement Japanese cuisine.
For Japanese brewers, U.S. production offers lower costs than exporting the drink and quicker delivery to consumers, with the beverage best drank fresh within one year.
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