The U.K. has announced that it is preparing to start releasing Koi fish meat for consumption on its coast as part of a program that was first launched in 2011.
The plan is part of an effort to get the Japanese into the commercial fish and shell fishing business and boost the U,K.’s trade with the world’s largest trading partner.
Koi are small fish found only in the Southern Hemisphere and can be caught by the thousands in small nets.
They have a distinct fishy flavor, and they’re popular for their delicacies, such as fried fish cakes and kelp cake.
The U.N. Environment Program said the Japanese government had agreed to buy about 100,000 kilograms of Koi meat, which would be distributed in the U and the U-K.s fisheries by the end of the year, and by the beginning of 2018.
The fish was initially produced by the Koji Fisheries Cooperative, which is based in the northern city of Inami and has been operating since 2008.
Inami is also the home to a large fish processing plant, and the government has a deal with the company to import about 20,000 metric tons of Koji fish each year.
It’s expected to produce about 1.6 million kilograms of fish by the first quarter of 2019, according to the U.-K.
Koji meat is expected to be sold at supermarkets in the United Kingdom, Japan and other countries.
government has long tried to promote the export of fish, with the U in particular focusing on salmon, and there is concern about the effects of Koioe consumption on people in Japan.
A study in March by researchers at Harvard University and the University of California, Berkeley found that eating Koioes can lead to a spike in the incidence of thyroid disorders in Japanese children.
In Japan, the Koio eating has become more widespread, and now more than half of households in the country eat the fish.