After the U.K. left the EU, its agricultural import suppliers grew more diverse.
Products from China, the United States, and Brazil are now primary sources of import growth.
Since Brexit, China’s and Brazil’s agricultural export revenues to the U.K. each rose more than $1 billion, and total U.K. agricultural and related imports have increased nearly $14 billion. . The United States has established a share of the U.K. market for several of these increasingly popular products.