Food Safety Service says 32 new export markets opened for Ukraine since 2020
Up to 32 new export markets have opened for Ukrainian goods over the past 15 months, the State Service of Ukraine for Food Safety and Consumer Protection reported on Feb. 8.
The list of countries whose markets were opened for Ukrainian manufacturers includes Israel, Montenegro, the United Arab Emirates, Serbia, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Belgium, Lithuania, Ethiopia, Japan, Argentina, Libya, Kuwait, Slovakia, Jordan, Turkey, Liberia, Georgia, Qatar, and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Milk and dairy products were the highest demanded among open commodity items, as was poultry meat and poultry products, honey, small and large cattle, and animal feed.
In addition, reptiles and live snails for breeding were also listed as export commodities.
In 2021, Ukraine set a new record for the export of poultry meat, with Saudi Arabia ranking as the biggest buyer.
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