Ireland has replaced food, steel and fertiliser imports previously supplied by Britian with imports from other countries.
There was a 36pc drop in British cereal imports, compensated for by a 34pc rise in Canadian imports.
British fruit and vegetable imports fell 52pc in 2021, compared with 2020.
Ireland is also importing more non-agricultural fertiliser from the Netherlands. Iron and steel imports from Spain were up 108pc last year, while imports from Britain fell 34pc.