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Q3 2017 Export Statistics in the Food and Drink Industry

The Food and Drink Federation and the Food and Drink Exporters Association last week announced their quarterly stats for the third quarter of 2017.

Exports in the industry have gone up 14.7% up this year in 2017 – up to £5.9 billion – with growth to non-EU markets outperforming growth to EU markets (18.2% to 12.5%). This growth in non-EU share is particularly pleasing given obvious concern around Brexit. However, the food and drink trade deficit did increase by 0.7% in Q3.

Download the full Export snapshot for Q3

Growth of branded goods

There was particular growth in the exports of branded goods – up 12.7% to £4.3bn. There were was also reported growth amid several product categories in the sector, with 9 of the top 10 exported products increasing.

Ireland remains the top export market, up 12%, followed by France and the USA.

Read the FDF’s summary of the Q3 Export snapshot

q3 export snapshot

New case studies added to our Food and Drink feature

Earlier in the year we published our annual Food and Drink feature, which included webinars, case studies, reports and guides for the industry. FDF have just provided two additional case studies to the feature:

We also had two food and drink companies attend our recent Export Action Plan final, who you can also read about:

We will be back in 2018 with further updates and features for the industry.

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