Japanese snack giant Calbee hit by potato shortage

according to Japan’s Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications. The higher prices are being felt in Tokyo, where 1kg of potatoes now costs 402 yen (£2.95; $3.60), compared with 336 yen in the same month a year ago, Reuters news agency said.
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