EU agricultural outlook 2023-2035 as agricultural production growth levels off

Sustainability & Environmental Impact
Market & Price Trends
Published Dec 8, 2023

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The European Commission's Agricultural Outlook 2023-2035 predicts a decrease in agricultural productivity growth in the EU over the next decade, partly due to the consequences of climate change and shifting cropping patterns. However, the EU is expected to remain a net exporter of food, with countries that most recently joined increasingly reaching the level of the "old" Member States. The changing consumption pattern, particularly a shift in protein consumption from animal to vegetable, will have an impact on livestock farming and land use in the EU.
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Agricultural Outlook: EU remains a net exporter Food security will not be an issue of concern in the European Union as trends show that the EU remains a net exporter of food. Agricultural productivity in countries that most recently joined will increasingly reach the level of the 'old' Member States, although it appears that a gap will remain. Changes in consumption affect livestock farming and dairy The changing consumption pattern will have an impact on livestock farming and land use in particular. The consumption of beef and pork in the EU in particular is declining. At the same time, dairy consumption remains fairly stable, although there is a shift in the types of dairy that consumers still want. Drinking milk is declining in popularity and the consumption of specialty dairy products will increase. At the same time, the consumption of vegetable proteins (legumes) is increasing. Common Agricultural Policy The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) remains "critical in supporting ...
Source: Boerderij
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