Jane Kennedy (Minister of State (Farming and the Environment), Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs; Liverpool, Wavertree, Labour)
Liquid milk imports are shown in the following tables. Liquid milk is imported into the UK in two forms, as raw milk for processing by dairies in the UK, or as liquid drinking milk (e.g. pasteurised or UHT milk).
Imports of raw milk come from the Republic of Ireland for processing by dairies in Northern Ireland.
Imports of raw milk for processing into the UK—2008
Liquid drinking milk is imported mainly from the Republic of Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands, France and Germany.
There were no recorded imports of liquid milk from Non-EU countries during 2008.
Imports of liquid drinking milk into the UK from the EU—2008
Other EU countries
Total UK imports from EU countries
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