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List of largest producing countries of agricultural commodities

Production (and consumption) of agricultural commodities has a diverse geographical distribution. Along with climate and corresponding types of vegetation, economy of a nation also very much influence the amount of production.

The major agricultural products can be broadly grouped into foods, fibers, fuels, and raw materials.

Food products

Cereals

Cereal First Second Third Fourth Fifth
Millet[1]
 India
 Nigeria  Niger  Mali  China
Rice  China
 India
 Indonesia  Bangladesh  Vietnam
Wheat  China
 India
 United States  Russia  France
Maize  United States  China  Brazil  Mexico  Indonesia
Barley  Russia  France  Germany  Ukraine  Canada
Rye  Russia  Poland  Germany  Belarus  Ukraine
Sorghum  United States
 India
 Mexico  Sudan  Argentina

Vegetables

Vegetable Largest Producer Second Largest Producer
Dry Bean
 India
 Brazil
Onion and Garlic  China
 India
Cabbage  China
 India
Green Bean  China  Indonesia
Chick peas
 India
 Pakistan
Pulses
 India
 Mozambique
Cauliflowers and Broccoli  China
 India
Brinjal  China
 India
Potato  China
 India
Spinach  China  United States
Cassava  Nigeria  Thailand
Soybean  Brazil  United States
Carrot  China  Russia
Cucumber  China  Iran

Fruits

Fruit Largest Producer Second Largest Producer
Apricot  Turkey  Iran
Banana
 India
 China
Mango
 India
 China
Coconut  Philippines  Indonesia
Sugar cane  Brazil
 India
Grapes  China  Italy
Oranges  Brazil  United States
Papaya
 India
 Poland
Peach  China  Italy
Apple  Poland  United States
Pineapples  Philippines  Thailand
Almond  United States  Spain
Gooseberry  Russia  Poland
Sweet Potato  China  Tanzania
Lemon  Mexico
 India
Raspberry  Russia  Poland
Stone fruits  Iran  China
Strawberry  United States  Spain
Blueberry  United States  Canada
Kiwifruit  Italy  New Zealand
Currant  Russia  Poland
Date  Egypt  Saudi Arabia
Cherry  Turkey  United States
Avocado  Mexico  Chile
Watermelon  China  Iran

Nuts

Nut Largest Producer Second Largest Producer
Almond  United States  Spain
Cashew nut  Vietnam  Nigeria
Chestnut  China  Turkey
Hazelnut  Turkey  Italy
Pistachio  Iran  United States
Sheanut  Nigeria  Mali
Walnut  China  Iran

Spices

Spice Largest Producer Second Largest Producer
Cinnamon  Indonesia  China
Cumin
 India
 Turkey
Ginger
 India
 China
Pepper  Vietnam
 India
Chili pepper
 India
 China
Cloves  Indonesia  Madagascar
Nutmeg  Indonesia  Grenada
Saffron  Iran  Spain
Vanilla  Indonesia  Madagascar
Turmeric
 India
 Pakistan

Non-food products

Fibers

Fiber Largest Producer

Second Largest Producer

Abaca  Philippines  Ecuador
Cotton  China
 India
Flax  Canada  China
Jute  Bangladesh
 India
Silk  China
 India
Sisal  Brazil  Tanzania

Notes

  1. ^ Millet production, 2012, faostat.fao.org

References

  • Agricultural Production Domain
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