The EastFruit website writes about this. This is due to the fact that blueberry areas in Ukraine continue to expand, and this should lead to an increase in supply and a gradual decrease in prices. Now the domestic market is almost saturated with it, and in the next two or three years, most manufacturers will have to look for opportunities to export their berries.
If natural conditions do not affect the harvest, then for the time being it will be more profitable for farmers to sell berries on the domestic market than to export them. This is due to the fact that the last couple of years, the popularity of blueberries and the domestic demand for it were greater than predicted. In addition, there is no overproduction here yet.
But the increase in supply over time should still lead to a decrease in prices, at least to the level that exists in Poland, where Ukraine exports most of its blueberries.