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on March 1, 2022

Ireland’s poultry meat exports suffered sharp fall in 2021

While output rose, overseas sales and margins were markedly lower for the export driven sector last year.

The value of the Republic of Ireland’s poultry exports contracted by 15% to Euro 128 million (US$146 million) last year, primarily due to a fall in trade with the U.K., the country’s primary export market.

According to the country’s food promotion agency Bord Bia, poultry shipments to the U.K

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