The UK imported a total of 362,800 tons of fresh and frozen pork in 2010, 1% higher than in 2009, according to a report from the British Pig Executive.

Denmark supplied 27% of the UK’s pork, with the Netherlands providing 18%. Belgium, Germany and Ireland all supplied 13% and Poland provided just 730 tons, considerably lower than the 1,480 tons it exported to the UK in 2009 and 4,583 tons in 2008.