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    Irish Food Authority warns food and beverage exporters to prepare for UK customs inspections coming into effect in July

    • Last Update: 2022-03-02
    • Source: Internet
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       Ireland's "Independent" reported on January 13 that Irish food and drink exports will grow by 4% in 2021 to a record 13.
    5 billion euros, and the Irish Food Authority (Bord Bia) has warned Irish
    food and drink exporters for the UK Get ready for customs inspection
    .
     
      McCarthy, chief executive of the Food Authority, said the UK market had become less important as Irish exporters turned more attention to the EU, but prepared meals such as pizza and processed meat were the most vulnerable to the new measures because They are highly dependent on the UK market
    .
    The Food Authority's Export Performance and Prospects report, released yesterday, showed that in 2021 Ireland's dairy exports exceeded €5 billion, meat and livestock exports were €35 billion, and prepared food exports were €2.
    5 billion

    .
    The share of Irish food and drink exports to the UK of €4.
    4 billion has fallen to 33% from 37% in 2016, but 68% of prepared food is sold to the UK in 2021, up 6% from pre-Brexit

    .
    The EU is now Ireland's largest food and beverage export market, with a total value of €4.
    5 billion, while the UK is the main market for Irish grains and mushrooms, accounting for 95% of all exports

    .
    Exports to Africa rose 12% to 918 million euros in 2021, while exports to Southeast Asia rose 20% to 500 million euros

    .
    The Food Agency wants to increase exports of dairy products, meat and livestock by 11% over the next three years and increase exports of prepared consumer foods by 14%

    .
     
      According to the newspaper, U.
    S.
    Trade Representative Dai Qi called on the European Union and the United Kingdom to actively seek solutions to post-Brexit tensions in Northern Ireland in a video seminar organized by the Irish Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA) on January 12.
    The United States wants to maintain the "Good Friday Agreement" that brought peace to the island of Ireland

    .
    Food & Beverage Export Food & Beverage UK Customs Inspection
     
      McCarthy, chief executive of the Food Authority, said the UK market had become less important as Irish exporters turned more attention to the EU, but prepared meals such as pizza and processed meat were the most vulnerable to the new measures because They are highly dependent on the UK market
    .
    The Food Authority's Export Performance and Prospects report, released yesterday, showed that in 2021 Ireland's dairy exports exceeded €5 billion, meat and livestock exports were €35 billion, and prepared food exports were €2.
    5 billion

    .
    The share of Irish food and drink exports to the UK of €4.
    4 billion has fallen to 33% from 37% in 2016, but 68% of prepared food is sold to the UK in 2021, up 6% from pre-Brexit

    .
    The EU is now Ireland's largest food and beverage export market, with a total value of €4.
    5 billion, while the UK is the main market for Irish grains and mushrooms, accounting for 95% of all exports

    .
    Exports to Africa rose 12% to 918 million euros in 2021, while exports to Southeast Asia rose 20% to 500 million euros

    .
    The Food Agency wants to increase exports of dairy products, meat and livestock by 11% over the next three years and increase exports of prepared consumer foods by 14%

    .
     
      According to the newspaper, U.
    S.
    Trade Representative Dai Qi called on the European Union and the United Kingdom to actively seek solutions to post-Brexit tensions in Northern Ireland in a video seminar organized by the Irish Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA) on January 12.
    The United States wants to maintain the "Good Friday Agreement" that brought peace to the island of Ireland

    .
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