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List of countries by onion production

A map of onion and shallot production, 2005.

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

Production by country >250,000 tonnes

Rank Country/Region Onion production (tonnes)
1  People's Republic of China 20,817,295
2  India 8,178,300
3  United States 3,349,170
4  Pakistan 2,015,200
5  Turkey 2,007,120
6  Iran 1,849,275
7  Egypt 1,728,417
8  Russia 1,712,500
9  Brazil 1,299,815
10  Mexico 1,252,441
11  Japan 1,165,000
12  Netherlands 1,130,000
13  Spain 1,098,400
14  Ukraine 1,049,200
15  South Korea 1,035,076
16  Bangladesh 889,260
17  Indonesia 824,064
18  Myanmar 740,000
19  Uzbekistan 728,000
20  Algeria 700,000
21  Argentina 700,000
22  Morocco 662,140
23  Peru 634,393
24  Nigeria 621,000
25  Poland 618,233
26  Germany 407,602
27  Italy 403,521
28  Romania 395,579
29  South Africa 380,386
30  Kazakhstan 376,840
31  Niger 373,637
32  United Kingdom 349,200
33  Colombia 334,110
34  Chile 290,000
35  Thailand 280,000
36  Venezuela 256,192

External links

  • FAO complete list
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