December 02, 2020
With a population of 5.8 million, Denmark is the most densely populated country in the Nordic Region. Denmark’s most important sources of revenue is from oil and energy. Key industries include the medical industry, agricultural production, shipping and I.T. services.
New analysis by the public-private Danish partnership Food Nation:
In the newly released report from Food Nation, 1229 international decision makers from the food industry has given their views on Danish food and agriculture production. The results show that sustainability has become an even more important issue across the six markets United States, United Kingdom, Germany, China, India and Japan and that Danish agriculture and food products and solutions are perceived among the most sustainable in the world.
Sustainable solutions as the main driver of the green transition
The report shows that the tendency in Japan is pointing towards a stronger focus on sustainability and that it will become an even more important business driver in the future. 78% of the Japanese decision makers in the food industry agree that their customers are demanding more sustainable solutions and 78% believes that it is necessary as a company to have sustainable products and solutions to secure long-term growth.
The Japanese decision makers also find that companies would have the biggest impact in driving sustainable development. Business relations with companies who focus on sustainability is thus highly valued.
@Food Nations new insight report shows that as many as 89% believe that sustainability will become more important for their company in the coming years. Furthermore, sustainability is very important for Japanese decision makers in the food sector as 78% see sustainable products and solutions as a necessity to ensure long-term growth.