Top Grape Consumers in 2013
Includes the following: grapes, raisins, grape juice and grape must.
Production of grapes and products (excl wine) in 2017
World production of grapes and products in 2017 was 74 million tonnes. It was the 28th most cultivated crop after sugar cane at 1842 million tonnes, citrus fruit at 147 million tonnes, watermelons at 118 million tonnes, bananas at 114 million tonnes and apples at 83 million tonnes, followed by mangoes at 51 million tonnes, pineapples at 27 million tonnes and pears at 24 million tonnes.
Consumption of grapes and products in 2013
Consumption of grapes and products across the world in 2013 was 32 million tonnes. It was the 37th most consumed food item after oranges at 87 million tonnes and bananas at 86 million tonnes. Some items consumed less than grapes and products in 2013 include plantains at 23 million tonnes and dates at 7 million tonnes.
Imports and Exports in 2013
Import of grapes was 9 million tonnes in 2013, while 9 million tonnes of grapes was exported.
- Crop production data from FAO Crops database
- Food consumption data from FAO Food Supply Database
- Cover image by Augustus Binu - https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=32509477