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Last year, 30,000 tons of ice cream worth 63.5 million euros were exported from Serbia, mostly to countries in the region, according to data from the Serbian Chamber of Commerce-PKS.

“We export ice cream to markets in the region, mostly to Bulgaria 7,415 tons and only a little less to Greece – 5,351 tons. The United Kingdom is the third country in which we export the most produced ice cream in terms of volume, 2,352.4 tons, while we export just a little less to Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2,246 tons,” PKS statement said.

2,026 tons of ice cream were exported to Romania, 1,918 tons to Poland, while slightly less was exported to Montenegro, 1,625 tons, as well as to Germany, 1,530.9 tons.

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The least amount of ice cream was exported to North Macedonia, 1,255 tons, and to Croatia – 1,226 tons.

Ice cream production in Serbia in 2021 amounted to 42,114 tons, while in 2020 33,818 tons were produced.

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