France, the first export market for Ukraine
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.