Ukraine increased ice cream exports by 11% in November

Market & Price Trends
Published Dec 7, 2023

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In November 2023, Ukraine experienced a decrease in the volume of dairy product exports, except for ice cream. This decline may be attributed to logistical challenges caused by the ongoing war and an increased consumption of dairy products within the country. The import of dairy products also decreased, except for butter, and the overall foreign trade balance was negative.
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In November 2023, Ukraine reduced the volume of exports of almost all types of dairy products, with the exception of ice cream. Also, the volume of milk imports decreased last month. An increase in imports was observed only for butter. The possible reasons for the decrease in foreign trade in dairy products are logistical problems due to the war and the increase in the consumption of dairy products within the country, says the analyst of the Association of Milk Producers, Georgy Kukhaleishvili. According to preliminary data of the DSSU, in November 2023, Ukraine exported 7.33 thousand tons of dairy products worth 14.32 million dollars. Compared to October of the current year, the natural volumes of exports decreased by 13%, and the monetary income decreased by 5%. The main export categories in monetary terms were the following goods: Milk and cream, condensed - 28%; Cheeses - 26%; Butter - 18%; Milk and cream, not condensed - 10%. Natural volumes of milk and non-condensed cream ...
Source: Agravery
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