Contents tagged with trade

10 September 2020

Red meat exports from the UK have enjoyed a good start to the year with shipments already worth £733 million in the first six months – up nearly three per cent on the same period last year.

2 September 2020

Chinese whey imports reached a ten-year high in July, running 64% up on the year before, suggesting the pig herd is rebuilding after ASF

21 August 2020

UK beef trade continued to contract year-on-year during June. Total beef imports recorded a 4% (1,000 tonne) decline, according to HMRC data. Meanwhile, exports were also down around 1,000 tonnes having been high during the summer of 2019.

20 August 2020

In June, UK pig meat exports moved back to recording year-on-year growth, while imports remained down on the year.

19 August 2020

Japan has been a small but growing destination for UK cheese exports over the last few years, and has been recently highlighted as part of the UK-Japan free trade agreement (FTA) negotiations.

5 August 2020

Global exports in dairy products are forecast to fall by 4.1% in 2020, according to the FAO. What could this mean for the UK?

31 July 2020

Will pig meat production increase again? A look at the UK pork industry, trade and domestic consumption.

24 July 2020

During May UK imports of fresh and frozen primary beef declined 2,700 tonnes, to 16,500 tonnes. Almost half of this decline came from a drop in shipments from Ireland. Product availability during May was lower year-on-year in Ireland.

24 July 2020

The disruption caused by COVID-19 seems to have become evident in May trade figures, with UK exports recording a 2% decline on the year.

23 July 2020

Our potato trade portal will now host non-human consumption customers, such as those who operate Anaerobic Digestion (AD) plants.

14 July 2020

The UK trade deficit in fat and protein terms shrunk in 2019

8 July 2020

This is the second of a series of AHDB export webinars, we look at the opportunities for trade in North America.

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