REUTERS Trade turnover of agrarian and food products between Ukraine and Germany in January-April 2018 increased by 49%, or by $79.6 million, to $239.039 million. "In January-April 2018, trade turnover of agrarian and food products amounted to $239 million (an increase of $79.6 million compared to 2017)," Ukrainian Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine Olha Trofimtseva wrote on Facebook. The exports over the said period amounted to $88.2 million, while imports -- to $150.8 million. Read alsoDeficit of Ukraine&#39;s foreign trade in goods 1.5 times up in Jan-April 2018 According to the deputy minister, major export commodities in January-April were oilseeds ($22.3 million), cereals ($12.2 million), juices ($7.9 million), honey ($9.5 million), meat and by-products ($11.9 million). At the same time, cocoa beans and chocolate were imported from Germany worth $12.6 million, meal and other ($15.2 million), tobacco and tobacco products ($14.5 million), fish ($9.3 million), live animals ($6.6 million) and other goods worth $25.6 million.