Ukraine is a lower-middle income country in Eastern Europe. Its economy is rebounding after the political and economic turmoil of recent years. Ukraine’s imports of agricultural products grew over thirteen percent in the first eight months of 2020. As a major agricultural producer and exporter, Ukraine also possesses a large food-processing industry. The majority of agricultural import growth in the near future is likely to concentrate in food ingredients. Although Retail, Hotel, Restaurant and Institutions sectors are opening multiple niche opportunities for U.S. higher value-added products, the spread of COVID-19 delayed this demand to spring-summer of 2021. Trends for Western-style food are profound and can spell more imports in the near future.