Ukraine continued its expansion into key EU markets with the exports of berries and fruits. The main countries-importers of Ukrainian berries were: Poland (53 percent of Ukrainian exports), Germany (11 percent), and the Czech Republic (11 percent). In each of these markets in 2020, Ukrainian suppliers are among the largest. 

Ukraine exports froze raspberries mostly. In 2020, 18,600 metric tonnes of this berry were exported. In terms of the number of exported berries, raspberries are second only to blueberries.

Analysts note a sharp increase in exports of fruits and berries to Germany in the first three quarters of 2021 compared to previous years. Ukraine’s revenue from fruit and berry exports to Germany during this period amounted to $15.7 million, an increase of 71 percent compared to 2020 and becoming a record for all time.

The main revenue for Ukraine was brought by the export of frozen raspberries, which grew 3.3 times to $5.7 million. The second position in exports was also occupied by berries, although wild – exports of frozen blueberries and other wildflowers to Germany from Ukraine grew by 82 percent by 2020 up to $5.5 million. 

(Source: The Odessa Journal


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