Germany is a main trade partner of Poland in European Union and the main importer of Polish poultry products. Currently 22% of total value of poultry meat and giblets exported from Poland to EU (approximately 74,5 thousand tones yearly) goes to Germany, as well as 35% of poultry livestock and 30% of eggs and eggs preserve (mostly table eggs). Germany is also a main buyer of Polish turkey (37% of volume), duck (50% of volume) and goose meat (40% of volume).
United Kingdom is a second main importer of Polish poultry meat in Europe (14%, which means approximately 45,5 thousand tones yearly). Poland export to the UK consist mostly of chicken meat (11% of total volume). UK is also the main importer Polish poultry preserve (43% of total value).
France is a third main importer of Polish poultry meat in EU with 9% of total export value. The products exported to this country are mostly chicken meat and giblets (27,4 thousand tones). France also imports Polish poultry preserve (15% of value). France is also the second largest importer of Polish goose meat.
Netherlands is a third main importer of Polish poultry meat in Europe with 7% of total export value. They are also the second largest importer of Polish eggs and eggs preserve after Germany, with export value of 16% and increasing volume of bought eggs preserve (according to the newest data available, currently it is 15% of total export volume – 26,2 thousand tones of products).
In 2016 volume of turkey export from Poland to Spain had risen by 18%, which means that Spain is now the second largest importer of Polish turkey in Europe, after Germany.