The movement of goods to a destination outside the EU is referred to as an 'export'. A country that is not a member of the EU is often referred to as a 'third country'. Each third country can set their own requirements for food imported into their country and such trade is often subject to restrictions or may require additional certification.
The EU have a Market Access Database that contains extensive information about market access conditions in non-EU countries.
For information on exporting to the UK, see our Brexit page.
Last reviewed: 26/7/2021