Brefiffini Kennedy

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Presentation as part of the Dublin - Mexico Business promoting Dublin as the Gateway to Europe, eurgate, which was held May 1 and 2 2014 in Dublin.

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Brefiffini Kennedy

  1. 1. Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture AIDAN COTTER CHIEF EXECUTIVE BORD BIA 28 JANUARY 2009 Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture Food from Ireland A Sustainable Future For Food Production
  2. 2. Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture
  3. 3. Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture Roz O’Shaughnessy Manager Corporate Communications Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture Bord Bia – Partner with Industry Promoting and Developing markets for Irish food and drink
  4. 4. Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture Irish food; an expanding portfolio of high-end retail and foodservice businesses
  5. 5. Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture 0 2 4 6 8 10 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 €7.1bn €7.9bn €8.9bn €9.1bn €9.9bn Source: CSO Irish Food and Drink Export Performance
  6. 6. Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture Distribution of Irish Food & Drink Exports (%)Irish Food & Drink Exports 2013 Meat & Livestock €3,305m Dairy €3,045m Prepared Foods €1,645m Beverages €1,250m Seafood €520m Hort. & Cereals. €225m
  7. 7. Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture Distribution of Irish Food & Drink Exports (%)Distribution of Food & Drink Exports (%) 2009-2013 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 United Kingdom Europe Int. Markets 46 33 20 42 32 26 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
  8. 8. Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture Irish Food & Drink Exports to Mexico €46m €54.3m 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 2012 2013
  9. 9. Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture Irish Food & Drink Exports to Mexico, 2013 10% 56% 34% Beverages Dairy Prepared Foods
  10. 10. Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture Population: 116m 2013 GDP: US$1.18tr GDP Growth: +3.9% Mean Age: 27 Urbanisation: 78%  The EU-Mexico Free Trade Agreement that entered into force in October 2000 is broad and comprehensive and covers trade in goods and services.  The EU is Mexico's second biggest export market after the USA, and Mexico's third largest source of Imports after the USA and China Source: ec.europa.eu/trade and Bord Bia
  11. 11. Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture Source: UN Conference on Trade & Development – Mexico’s Agricultural Development; Perspectives and Outlook
  12. 12. Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture Increase value added by €3bn Exports from €8bn to €12bn by 2020 Output growth targets • Dairy, 50% • Pigmeat, 50% • Beef & Sheep, 20% • Aquaculture, 78%
  13. 13. Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture
  14. 14. Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture Summary Irish food industry export orientated Growth strategy to meet customer needs Unique Sustainability Programme and Capabilities
  15. 15. Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture
  16. 16. Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture AIDAN COTTER CHIEF EXECUTIVE BORD BIA 28 JANUARY 2009 Growing the success of Irish food & horticulture Food from Ireland A Sustainable Future For Food Production

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