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Food and drink processing in France, Belgium and The Netherlands 2021/22

A few weeks back, we took a look at the latest developments in the UK food and drink processing sector. This month, we focus on the sector’s trends in France, Belgium and The Netherlands. 

Food and drink processing in France, Belgium and The Netherlands: The projects to look out for.

 A good mix of projects

The ingredients and fresh produce segments are undoubtedly the most buoyant. Unsurprisingly the dairy-based sector, closely followed by bakery products, also play a huge part in the food and drink processing for the three countries.

The confectionery activity is rapidly growing whilst the booming brewery segment has fueled many of the investments in the drink sector:

  • 200 projects with a combined value of €5.44 billion
  • 47% of projects are about production capacity expansion plans
  • 39% of projects report on new production facilities

Here are some of the main players:

Food and drink processing in France, Belgium and The Netherlands: The projects to look out for.

France, Belgium & Netherlands: food & drink – the full report

Our research team has compiled a full food & drink sector outlook packed with insights on the trends and projects to look out for. Access to this report and all the projects it refers to is reserved to our food & drink subscribers but you can test our database for yourself to get a better idea of all the projects we are reporting on.

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This entry was posted in News on September 28, 2021