While the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic negatively affected some sectors, it caused others to grow day by day. Especially during the period of restrictions and curfews, food consumption increased, while consumers' interest in domestic food products increased significantly. During the pandemic, while exports in many other areas also decreased, there were significant developments in the export rates in the food and food sector. While many countries closed the year with losses in global food exports, the shining star of Turkey's 2020 exports came from the food industry. Thanks to the measures taken in production and supply and the success of Turkish companies, Turkey left behind a successful year both in the domestic market and in exports. According to the Turkish Food and Beverage Industry Associations Federation (TGDF) Digital Data Panel, in the first 6 months of 2020, the agriculture, food and beverage industry realized exports of 10.15 billion dollars and imports of 8.74 billion dollars. In June, exports increased by 40.5 percent compared to the same month of the previous year and reached 1.68 billion dollars. According to the declared values, Turkey; In the first 6 months of 2020, it increased by 4.4 percent compared to the same period of the previous year and became 1,071 dollars / ton, while the unit value of imports decreased by 2.1 percent to 515 dollars / ton. The increase in the export unit value and the decrease in the import unit value were accepted as a positive indicator for the sector. When the foreign trade data in the first 8 months of 2020 are analyzed by sectors, it is seen that the hard-shelled fruits, fresh fruit, sugar and sugary products, vegetable oil and dried fruit/vegetable sectors are listed as the sectors that export the most, and these 5 sectors account for 42.2% of the total exports. announced by the. Likewise, when examined on the basis of the most exported products in August 2020, it was emphasized that wheat flour, pasta and sunflower oil.