The UN Sustainable Development Goals (the SDG’s) have great influence on the future international development. In order to show and demonstrate the solutions and innovation provided by the agri-food cluster to reach the goals a film has been made.
The achievement of high welfare standards is paramount throughout the whole production chain, on the farm, during transport and finally at the abattoir.
Denmark has the highest market share of organic products in the world. And the market is growing, with dairy products, eggs, oatmeal, wheat flour, carrots, and bananas as the most popular items on the shopping list of Danish organic consumers.
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.
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.
The global challenges facing the world are interrelated: the economic and financial crisis, environmental impacts, the pressure on resources and the transition towards a fossil-free and biobased economy.
Danish agriculture tightens up its requirements for the production of responsible soy: By 2025, soy purchased for feed by Danish agriculture must be responsibly produced, verified and deforestation-free. At the same time, agriculture highlights the need for European solutions.
High standards of safety in the production of Danish food.
Danish Agriculture & Food Council supports and develops the strong global position of the Danish ingredients and biotech sectors.
Denmark is the world’s largest producer of mink skins.
Quality, purity and ethics are key elements in the New Nordic Cuisine.