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In recent years the application of economic, environmental and consumer pressures has greatly influenced the development of the agriculture and food industries in the UK. As a result, UK agro-food production and processing technologies are amongst the most advanced in the world. The industries which support them have also developed to an advanced state and the sector as a whole has both the expertise and the technology to satisfy the most exacting needs of overseas markets.
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Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
The official site of the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) provides statistics, information on regulations and current issues. The website includes sections on "Exports & Trade", "Farming", Marine & Fisheries", "Food & Drink", "Horticulture", "Plants & Seeds" and "Sustainable Development".
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