Tough Trading Conditions for UK Food and Drink Exporters

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 7 June 1999

The annual figures released byinternational export marketing consultancy Food from Britain show that although the volumeof products exported rose by seven per cent, the overall value of the market has droppedto £9.2bn. The strength of sterling, the Asian and Russian crises and the weakening ofthe euro have all contributed to the tough trading conditions experienced by UK exportersover the last 12 months.

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The annual figures released byinternational export marketing consultancy Food from Britain show that although the volumeof products exported rose by seven per cent, the overall value of the market has droppedto £9.2bn. The strength of sterling, the Asian and Russian crises and the weakening ofthe euro have all contributed to the tough trading conditions experienced by UK exportersover the last 12 months.

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