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Agriculture, fishery and forestry exports in 2020 hit a record high for the eighth consecutive year, with household items such as eggs and rice seeing a boost in sales during the novel coronavirus pandemic, the farm ministry said Friday.

Preliminary data by the Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Ministry showed exports rose 1.1% from the previous year to ¥922.3 billion, with household products driving sales amid a global drop in demand for eating out.

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