Exported value: $865.3 million
We start our list with Poland, the country which has gone through major agricultural reforms after breaking with communism, and which has managed to become one of the leading exporters of agriproducts, including wheat, in Europe. According to the USDA, the country exported 3.1 million tons of wheat in the season 2014/2015. The same organization estimates that the grain shipments dropped to 2.7 million tons in the next season due to unfavorable weather conditions. The leading importers of Polish wheat are Saudi Arabia, Germany, Algeria, and Morocco. At the same time, WTE puts Poland in the first place by export growth between 2011-2015. During the four-year period, the country increased the worth of wheat shipments by 269.4 percent.