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    UK food exports to EU to decline in 2021

    • Last Update: 2022-01-22
    • Source: Internet
    • Author: User
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       From SeafoodMedia on January 11, compared with before the epidemic , global exports of British salmon and whisky have begun to recover.
    The sales of these two commodities have increased by 21% compared with 2020, while other products such as
    beef and cheese .
    and
    pork exports decreased by 18.
    4%, 13.
    2% and 5.
    7% respectively
    .

     
    UK food and drink exports fell by £   2.
    7bn in the first three quarters of 2021,
    mainly due to a decline of £2.
    4bn or 23.
    7% in sales to the EU due to new trade barriers with the EU and the ongoing impact of the
    Covid
    -19 pandemic .
     
      Since 2019, UK food and beverage exports to Germany have fallen by 44.
    5%, to Italy by 43.
    3%, and to Spain by 50.
    6%.
    It has fallen by more than a quarter since then, implying a loss of nearly £750m in sales

    .
     
      UK food and beverages have performed positively in non-EU markets over the past year, with exports to mainland China up 22.
    1%, exports to Taiwan up 21.
    8%, exports to the UAE up 18.
    3%, Japan up 10.
    6%, and Singapore Strong growth of 5.
    4%

    .
    Epidemic UK salmon whiskey exports beef cheese pork
     
    UK food and drink exports fell by £   2.
    7bn in the first three quarters of 2021,
    mainly due to a decline of £2.
    4bn or 23.
    7% in sales to the EU due to new trade barriers with the EU and the ongoing impact of the
    Covid
    -19 pandemic .
    Food EU
     
      Since 2019, UK food and beverage exports to Germany have fallen by 44.
    5%, to Italy by 43.
    3%, and to Spain by 50.
    6%.
    It has fallen by more than a quarter since then, implying a loss of nearly £750m in sales

    .
     
      UK food and beverages have performed positively in non-EU markets over the past year, with exports to mainland China up 22.
    1%, exports to Taiwan up 21.
    8%, exports to the UAE up 18.
    3%, Japan up 10.
    6%, and Singapore Strong growth of 5.
    4%

    .
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