Dutch dairy exports to Germany amount to €3 billion

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Published Jan 23, 2024

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In 2023, the Dutch dairy industry exported dairy products worth approximately €3 billion to Germany, contributing to a total export value of €10 billion. According to Joep Rats, director of the Dutch Dairy Organization (NZO), 75% of Dutch dairy is sold within the Netherlands and Europe, with the remaining quarter largely exported to China, the United States, and the United Kingdom. The dairy sector plays a significant role in the Netherlands' economy, accounting for 7% of the national trade surplus.
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The Dutch dairy industry exported approximately €3 billion worth of dairy products to Germany in 2023. This was announced by Joep Rats, director of the Dutch Dairy Organization (NZO). He spoke with outgoing Minister of Agriculture, Piet Adema, during the Grüne Woche in Berlin last week. Rats presented a Gouda cheese. 75% of Dutch dairy remains in Europe According to the NZO, 55% of the milk processed by Dutch dairy companies remains in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. The Netherlands also plays a crucial role in Europe's food production. For example, 75% of Dutch dairy is sold within the Netherlands and Europe. The remaining quarter largely finds its way to China, the United States and the United Kingdom. The total export value of Dutch dairy last year amounted to €10 billion. The dairy sector contributes significantly to the ...
Source: Boerderij
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