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Irish dairy, pig meat and seafood are firm favourites in China

4th November, 2018
Bord Bia’s Shanghai team, James O’Donnell, Kieran Fitzgerald, Suki Wu and Conor O’Sullivan

Irish agri-food exports to China have continued to grow. Bord Bia, the Irish food board, has reported an increase in dairy and seafood exports this year.

“Other than dairy, pig meat and seafood are the next most significant Irish food exports to China,” said a spokesperson for Bord Bia. “In 2017, pig meat exports reached €39 million while seafood exports to China reached nearly €28 million.”

Figures show that as of August...

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