The Danish food industry is launching a vision to be climate neutral by 2050, while sustaining or even increasing food production. In a partnership with Denmark and in agreement with the UN’s sustainable development goals, Denmark must lead the way, when there is a need for more food and a reduction in carbon footprint.
The achievement of high welfare standards is paramount throughout the whole production chain, on the farm, during transport and finally at the abattoir.
Exports of dairy products account for more than 20 percent of all Danish agricultural exports.
Denmark is among the world’s largest pig meat exporters.
Denmark is a leading producer of grass, clover and horticultural seeds.
Danish Agriculture & Food Council supports and develops the strong global position of the Danish ingredients and biotech sectors.
Food production interacts with the environment but much can be done to ensure that this is as positive an interaction as possible, thus minimising its impact.
High standards of safety in the production of Danish food.
Denmark is the world’s largest producer of mink skins.
Quality, purity and ethics are key elements in the New Nordic Cuisine.