Top 10 Banana producing countries in the world - production and area under cultivation [2019]

Last Modified: Fri Jun 25 2021 07:55:07 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 30,460,000 tonnes
    India - Ranked #1, the country accounts for 26.08% of total world Banana production. Cultivated over 866,000 hectares. Yield: 351,732 hg/ha. (Click/Tap for Top 10 banana producing states in India).
  • 11,655,700 tonnes
    China - Ranked #2, the country accounts for 9.98% of total world Banana production. Cultivated over 344,010 hectares. Yield: 338,819 hg/ha.
  • 7,280,659 tonnes
    Indonesia - Ranked #3, the country accounts for 6.23% of total world Banana production. Cultivated over 132,214 hectares. Yield: 550,672 hg/ha.
  • 6,812,708 tonnes
    Brazil - Ranked #4, the country accounts for 5.83% of total world Banana production. Cultivated over 461,751 hectares. Yield: 147,541 hg/ha.
  • 6,583,477 tonnes
    Ecuador - Ranked #5, the country accounts for 5.63% of total world Banana production. Cultivated over 183,347 hectares. Yield: 359,072 hg/ha.
  • 6,049,601 tonnes
    Philippines - Ranked #6, the country accounts for 5.18% of total world Banana production. Cultivated over 185,894 hectares. Yield: 325,433 hg/ha.
  • 4,341,564 tonnes
    Guatemala - Ranked #7, the country accounts for 3.71% of total world Banana production. Cultivated over 90,240 hectares. Yield: 481,113 hg/ha.
  • 4,036,959 tonnes
    Angola - Ranked #8, the country accounts for 3.45% of total world Banana production. Cultivated over 162,156 hectares. Yield: 248,955 hg/ha.
  • 3,406,936 tonnes
    Tanzania - Ranked #9, the country accounts for 2.91% of total world Banana production. Cultivated over 302,758 hectares. Yield: 112,530 hg/ha.
  • 2,914,419 tonnes
    Colombia - Ranked #10, the country accounts for 2.49% of total world Banana production. Cultivated over 105,609 hectares. Yield: 275,963 hg/ha.
  • 116,718,658 tonnes
    Total world production of Bananas. Cultivated over 5,158,582 hectares. The top 10 producing countries account for 71.53% of global production.