Ukraine’s exports of fruit and berries increased almost 60% during the first half of the year, hitting $100 million
Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Ukraine’s exports of fruit and berries increased almost 60% during the first half of the year, hitting $100 million

Ukraine’s exports of fruit and berries increased almost 60% during the first half of the year, hitting $100 million. Almost two third of exports go to EU countries. Compared to the first half of last year, exports of apples and pears quadrupled, to 24,000 tons. Exports of walnuts increased by almost 60% to 19,000 tons. Ukrsadprom, the industry association, reports that top buyers are: Poland, France, Turkey, Belarus, Germany, Greece and the Netherlands.

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