Ukraine: The volume of buttermilk imports decreased by 8.4% in 2023

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Published Feb 2, 2024

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In 2023, Ukraine's import of buttermilk and fermented milk and cream fell by 8.4% to 8.7 thousand tons, with Poland, Belgium, and Germany being the main suppliers. Despite the decrease in quantity, the import expenditure rose by 16.8% to $17.4 million. On the export front, Ukraine saw a 9.7% increase in volume to 3.4 thousand tons, but a 10.6% decrease in value to $4.2 million. The primary export destinations were Moldova, UAE, and Armenia.
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In 2023, Ukraine imported 8.7 thousand tons of buttermilk, fermented or fermented milk and cream - 8.4% less compared to the previous year. This was reported by the State Customs Service. At the same time, Ukraine spent $17.4 million on the purchase of these products in 2023, which is 16.8% more than in 2022. Ukraine bought the most buttermilk, fermented or fermented milk and cream from Poland (44.5%), Belgium (34.6%) and Germany (18.1%). In 2023, 3.4 thousand tons of domestic buttermilk, fermented or fermented milk and cream were exported - 9.7% more than a year earlier. But in monetary terms, exports for 2023 decreased by 10.6% compared to 2022, reaching $4.2 ...
Source: Agrotimes
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