For the first time, France became the largest export market for Ukrainian fruit, berries and nuts, reported the analytics of EastFruit agency. The volume of shipments has grown by 9% comparing to 2019, and amounted to $12.2 million. The basic commodities are walnut (+19% comparing to 2019), frozen wild blueberry and frozen raspberry.
The second largest importer is now Poland; it has increased by 12% its import from Ukraine, mostly with frozen raspberry and walnut. Another top-three leader is Germany; it imported walnut, frozen wild berries, dry fruit, frozen raspberry and strawberry valued $6.7 million.
Turkey used to be the second large trade partner of Ukraine, mainly for the supplies of walnut, but it decreased its import in 2020.