Netherlands, Britain and Poland among largest importers of Ukrainian berries

Netherlands, Britain and Poland among largest importers of Ukrainian berries

In 2017, Ukraine’s revenues from the export of berries made up $11.6 million, AgroPortal reports.

“Ukraine exported berries for the sum of $11.6 million in 2017, in particular, exports to the Netherlands made up $4.1 million, which accounted for 35.3% of total exports, Great Britain - $2.7 million (23.7%), Poland - $2.3 million (19.9%),” said Tetiana Shpyta, senior analyst at Ukraine’s Export Promotion Office.

The expert stressed that 80% of the export of berries fell on three countries by the end of 2017 and, in her opinion, this situation is quite risky for Ukrainian producers of berries.

In general, the Netherlands imported berries for the total sum of $1,063.4 million, the dynamics of growth for the year made up 28.3%, Great Britain - $922.5 million (3.8%), France - $701 million (12.7%) and Spain - $620.2 million (22%).


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