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  • Compared to 4 years ago, FDF member products contribute 11% fewer calories to the average shopping basket
  • Compared to 4 years ago, FDF member products contribute 11% fewer sugars to the average shopping basket
  • FDF members are selling 90.3 million fewer kilograms of sugars than they were in 2015
  • FDF members are selling 4.9 million fewer kilograms of salt than they were in 2015
  • Compared to 4 years ago FDF member products contribute with 14% less salt to the average shopping basket
  • The total food and drink market is selling 90.3 million fewer kilograms of sugars than they were in 2015
  • FDF members are selling 22.6 billion fewer teaspoons of sugars than they were in 2015
  • FDF members are selling:
    • 4.9 million fewer kilograms of salt
    • 90.3 million fewer kilograms of sugars
    • 1.2 trillion fewer calories
    • than they were in 2015
  • Compared to 4 years ago, the average shopping basket of FDF member products is lower in calories by 11%, sugars by 11%, and salt by 14%

EU customs and trade support

We have been working to put in place a range of solutions that will help members moving goods into and out of the EU. This includes a programme of training courses, free expert guidance, customs support and staffing assistance.

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Report: Exports H1 2021

02 September 2021

FDF’s newly-released H1 2021 Trade Snapshot looks at UK food and drink trade trends during the first half of 2021.

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Report: Eating into household budgets: the Government’s recipe for food price inflation

20 July 2021

This report looks at the impact UK Government policies will have on food prices for both our food and drink manufacturing businesses and our household shopping baskets across the UK.

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Event: The future of imports: what you need to do to keep your goods moving

This webinar will give you full insight into the future of imports from the EU into the UK and what key guidance you need to know in order to continue trading without friction.

10 September 2021

11:00 - 12:00

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The future of imports: what you need to do to keep your goods moving