The one end-product I did notice being sold was honey. Tons of people were out selling that. This was raw stuff too, quite good. What I found interesting was HOW it was being sold. That is, you could select your honey based on the plant that bees used to produce it. You could get walnut tree, lime tree, acacia tree, wildflower, and a couple of other types of honey. I recently read that eating locally produced honey can help alleviate one's pollen allergies. I don't know if it's true or not, but it makes sense to me. So I bought some липи tree honey, as those trees are all over Kiev. I've been enjoying it in my morning tea, good stuff.