The Agriculture and Horticulture Growth Board (AHDB) has highlighted crimson meat and dairy export alternatives in Central/South America and Sub-Saharan Africa.

The board stated new evaluation outlined in its Prospects for UK agri-food exports sequence revealed potential prospects for additional exports, notably for offal, in Central Amercia.

It additionally highlighted the advantages of the UK increasing the quantity of commodity stage crimson meat to Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire and South Africa, in addition to extra premium cuts to the latter.

Longer-term alternatives for dairy additionally exist in South Africa as a bigger cheese importer than different Sub-Saharan international locations, AHDB stated.

AHDB’s senior economist, Dr. Amandeep Kaur Purewal, stated the most recent evaluation presents a “complete perception” into the place UK exporters can can maximise alternatives for crimson meat and dairy merchandise over the subsequent decade.

“The last word purpose of our evaluation is to supply perception and evaluation for our producers and exporters to know the alternatives and challenges of buying and selling in numerous elements of the world,” she stated.

“Cultivating these alternatives provides worth again into the availability chain on behalf of our levy payers whereas supporting the UK Authorities’s ambition to turn into a ‘Nice Buying and selling Nation’.”

This newest evaluation concludes AHDB’s sequence of Prospects for UK agri-food exports analyses launched in January this yr.

The report researched alternatives for crimson meat, dairy and cereals exports on a region-by-region foundation which incorporates Europe, Asia, North America and the Center East and North Africa (MENA).

AHDB’s worldwide commerce growth director, Dr. Phil Hadley, stated: “We all know there’s curiosity the world over for British merchandise and we have to totally perceive the market dynamics and calls for to take advantage of the alternatives if producers are to proceed to maximise returns.”