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Regional map of statistics

  • The Scottish food and drink industry employs 46,000 people and generated £4.04bn of added value for the economy in 2018. Making up over a quarter of overall UK food and drink exports, Scotland exported £5.89bn of food and drink.
  • Yorkshire and the Humber employs 55,000 people and generated £3.41bn of added value for the economy in 2018.
  • The North East food and drink industry employs 15,250 and exported £0.24bn of food and drink in 2018. The average wage of food and drink industry workers an average of £28,461 in 2018.
  • The East Midlands employs the highest number of people in the UK food and drink industry (61,000) and produced £3.86bn of added value for the economy last year. The East Midlands exported £1.0bn of food and drink products in 2018.
  • East England exported £2.01bn food and drink in 2018 and currently employs 36,000 people. Manufacturers in the region also generated £2.64bn of added value for the economy that year.
  • London's share of food and drink manufacturing businesses increased last year. London employs 34,000 of the industry's workers and exported £3.02bn food and drink in 2018.
  • The South East region employs 25,000 people in food and drink, and generated £2.06bn of added value for the economy in 2018. They also exported £1.56bn of food and drink.
  • The South West food and drink industry exported £0.82bn of food and drink in 2018. It employs 32,000 people (within our sector) and produced £1.90bn of added value for the economy that year.
  • The Welsh food and drink industry exported £0.54bn (food and drink in 2018). The nation employs 23,750 people within food and drink manufacturing.
  • The West Midlands generated £1.71bn of added value to the economy in 2018 and employs 32,000 people. The region exported £0.82bn of food and drink products in 2018.
  • In the North West, the food and drink industry employs 45,500 people and generated £3.28bn added value for the economy in 2018. Workers within our industry receive an average wage of £33,419.
  • Northern Ireland exported £1.90bn food and drink in 2018 and also produced £1.55bn added value for the economy in 2018. The region employs 20,776 workers, and is responsible for 8.3% of the UK's food and drink exports.

Last reviewed: 20 Feb 2020