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

Last Modified: Wed Sep 01 2021 07:58:01 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 15,825,757 tonnes
    China - Ranked #1, the country accounts for 61.49% of total world Peach and Nectarine production. Cultivated over 838,878 hectares. Yield: 188,654 hg/ha.
  • 1,545,610 tonnes
    Spain - Ranked #2, the country accounts for 6.01% of total world Peach and Nectarine production. Cultivated over 77,700 hectares. Yield: 198,920 hg/ha.
  • 1,224,940 tonnes
    Italy - Ranked #3, the country accounts for 4.76% of total world Peach and Nectarine production. Cultivated over 60,430 hectares. Yield: 202,704 hg/ha.
  • 926,620 tonnes
    Greece - Ranked #4, the country accounts for 3.60% of total world Peach and Nectarine production. Cultivated over 41,410 hectares. Yield: 223,767 hg/ha.
  • 830,577 tonnes
    Turkey - Ranked #5, the country accounts for 3.23% of total world Peach and Nectarine production. Cultivated over 46,294 hectares. Yield: 179,414 hg/ha.
  • 739,900 tonnes
    United States of America - Ranked #6, the country accounts for 2.87% of total world Peach and Nectarine production. Cultivated over 36,380 hectares. Yield: 203,381 hg/ha.
  • 591,412 tonnes
    Iran - Ranked #7, the country accounts for 2.30% of total world Peach and Nectarine production. Cultivated over 32,155 hectares. Yield: 183,925 hg/ha.
  • 358,012 tonnes
    Egypt - Ranked #8, the country accounts for 1.39% of total world Peach and Nectarine production. Cultivated over 15,748 hectares. Yield: 227,338 hg/ha.
  • 330,232 tonnes
    Chile - Ranked #9, the country accounts for 1.28% of total world Peach and Nectarine production. Cultivated over 15,651 hectares. Yield: 210,997 hg/ha.
  • 210,000 tonnes
    Argentina - Ranked #10, the country accounts for 0.82% of total world Peach and Nectarine production. Cultivated over 12,835 hectares. Yield: 163,615 hg/ha.
  • 25,737,841 tonnes
    Total world production of Peach and Nectarine. Cultivated over 1,527,052 hectares. The top 10 producing countries account for 87.74% of global production.