New figures show that UK soft fruit exports reached a record £22.1m last year, an increase of 69 percent from 2017.
Defra said home-grown raspberries, blackberries and strawberries helped increase UK exports.
The Netherlands was the UK's number one international market last year, accounting for £6m worth of exports.
Spain came second, accounting for £5.8m worth of UK soft fruit.
Another big market for the soft fruit industry is the Republic of Ireland, who bought £3.4m worth of fruit.
Since 2013, the value of soft fruit exports has risen sharply by £16.8m, an increase of more than 300 percent.
The release of the statistics comes as growers get ready for Fruit Focus, a leading industry technical event.
Farming Minister Robert Goodwill said: “For soft fruits, the proof is in the pudding with exports having risen dramatically in the last year.
“This clearly shows the global demand for delicious, British-grown produce.”