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List of countries by artichoke production

A map of artichoke production, 2005.

This is a list of countries by artichoke production in 2008 mostly based on FAOSTAT FAO accessed in August 2010.

Production by country

Rank Country/Region Artichoke production (tonnes)
1  Italy 483,561
2  Spain 212,400
3  Peru 134,244
4  Argentina 90,000
5  Egypt 74,000
6  People's Republic of China 66,000
7  Morocco 60,190
8  United States 53,890
9  France 44,234
10  Chile 38,000
11  Turkey 36,320
12  Algeria 25,000
13  Greece 21,300
14  Tunisia 18,000
15  Iran 10,000
16  Syria 6,200
17  Israel 3,229
18  Cyprus 2,784
19  Romania 2,200
20  Uzbekistan 1,700
21  Malta 1,200
22  Mexico 802
23  Lebanon 600
24  Zambia 400
25  Réunion 300
26  Zimbabwe 170
27  Kazakhstan 100
28  Kenya 20
29   Switzerland 4

See also

  • FAO complete list
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