The rising global demand in dairy products represents an 'enormous' opportunity for the UK dairy sector hoping to expand post-Brexit, a new report says.
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Global demand for dairy is increasing at a rate of 2% per year, an 'enormous' opportunity for the UK dairy sector

The Kite Consulting report, commissioned by National Milk Records (NMR), Arla and Dairy UK, highlights new opportunities for the UK dairy sector to grow.

Increased export demand is expected, particularly in Asia, Africa and Central and Latin America, regions where British dairy could prosper from.

Since the UK officially left the EU in January 2021, UK dairy exports to the EU-27 have fallen, as have imports from the EU, but to a lesser extent.

While dairy consumption may be stable in most Western countries, global demand continues to increase at a rate of around 2% per year – or around 18bn kgs of milk.

This is equivalent to the entire milk production output of a country like New Zealand, the report explains.

It’s been over a year since the COVID-19 pandemic caused milk prices to plummet…

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