Exporters have also fully used the quarterly quota for eggs, egg products, and poultry supplies.
14:50, 29 January 2021
The year of 2020 was a difficult one for the entire agricultural sector due to drought, pandemic, and quarantine restrictions. Despite all this, Ukraine has reached new export peaks, becoming for a number of products a leading supplier in the EU and world markets. UNIAN has learned which products became an export failure and what markets turned out to be an unexpected discovery.
12:55, 22 December 2020
Poland has bought the largest share (25%), while Germany is the second-largest buyer (20%) and Belgium – the third (11%).
12:20, 08 December 2020
Over the eight months of 2020, Ukraine has sold over 30,000 tonnes of honey to the EU member states.
20:15, 19 November 2020
Germany was a key buyer.
12:00, 23 June 2020
Annual honey consumption in Ukraine is 1-1.1 kilograms per capita on average.
21:50, 25 February 2020
European beekeepers want Brussels' protection against cheap honey imports from Ukraine, China – mediaThe increase of cheap honey imports from China and Ukraine is making honey producers in the EU lower their prices as they can't compete.
17:55, 23 February 2020
Ukraine needs about two years to regain its position in the global honey market.
23:58, 12 August 2019
Germany, Poland and the United States were key buyers of Ukrainian honey.
11:17, 12 October 2018
Ukraine's honey exports to the EU totaled about 48,000 tonnes in 2017.
14:30, 19 July 2018
<p>As of January 11, the Ukrainian farmers have used up 100% of the country's export quota for the supply of honey to the European Union, given its last year's increase, First Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food Maksym Martyniuk said Thursday.</p>
14:20, 12 January 2018
<p>The Ukrainian State Food Safety and Consumer Protection Service says 67 Ukrainian honey producers have been licensed to supply their produce onto foreign markets, according to the service's press office.</p>
16:35, 08 November 2017
<p>Ukraine's honey exports hit an all-time high in the first nine months of 2017 on the back of the increased demand in the United States and Europe, local media reported Wednesday, citing an official from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Xinhua reports.</p>
10:00, 02 November 2017