Poland: Foreign trade in dairy products

Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 28, 2024

Tridge summary

In 2023, Poland's dairy exports saw a 9% decrease from the previous year, valued at EUR 3.28 billion, while dairy imports also decreased by 5% to EUR 68 billion. Despite a 13% decrease from 2022, the trade balance remained positive at EUR 1.60 billion. The majority of these exports were to EU countries, particularly Germany, while 33% were to non-EU countries, with Great Britain being the largest recipient. Cheese and cottage cheese exports generated the most revenue.
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Original content

According to preliminary data from the Ministry of Finance, throughout 2023, the value of exports of dairy products from Poland amounted to EUR 3.28 billion (PLN 15.0 billion) and was 9% lower than in 2022. At the same time, PLN 1,000,000 was spent on the import of this product to Poland. EUR 68 billion (PLN 7.7 billion), 5% less y/y. The positive balance of trade in dairy products in 2023 was EUR 1.60 billion (PLN 7.3 billion), 13% lower than in 2022. Sales of dairy products to European Union countries generated 67% of the revenues obtained from exports (EUR 2.2 billion, a decrease of 15%). The main recipients of dairy products on the EU market were: Germany (18% of the value - EUR 581 million), the Czech Republic (7% - EUR 232 million), Italy (5% - EUR 162 million), Romania (5% - EUR 159 million) and The Netherlands (4% – EUR 138 million) and Lithuania (4% – EUR 127 million). The share of non-EU countries in the export of dairy products from Poland was 33%. Revenues obtained ...
Source: Gospodarz
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