Fresh Deciduous Fruit (Apples, Grapes, & Pears): World Markets and Trade

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1 United States Department of Agriculture Foreign Agricultural Service Fresh Deciduous Fruit (Apples, Grapes, & Pears): World Markets and Trade 9 1, MT Deciduous Fruit on Seasonal Cycles 6 Northern Hemisphere 3 Southern Hemisphere Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Countries in the Southern Hemisphere and Northern Hemisphere are on opposite marketing seasons for apples, grapes, and pears. The majority of exports from Southern Hemisphere countries are shipped between February and June (blue), the off-season for Northern Hemisphere countries. The Northern Hemisphere season runs July through December. Complementary marketing seasons are beneficial for consumers as deciduous fruits are available year-round.

2 Page 2 APPLES: 211/12 HIGHLIGHTS Summary Global production and consumption rose by about 5 percent from the previous year to a record level 65.1 million tons and 52.5 million tons, respectively. China and the European Union continue to drive the expansion. Trade also grew, with exports estimated at a record 5.4 million tons, mostly from the EU. China s production rose by 5 percent on expansion in the western provinces, where more land is available and labor is cheaper. Over 8 percent is consumed domestically and 15 percent is used for processing. Although China is the world s second largest exporter, it only exports 3 percent of its production. are up slightly. Production in the EU is up nearly 1 percent to an estimated 11.8 million tons based on favorable weather in the major producing countries. Abundant supplies, along with weak domestic consumption resulted in nearly 4 percent surge in exports to a record 1.5 million tons. Russia and Ukraine accounted for much of the gain. Indonesia U.S. 211/12 (833, tons) Others Taiwan India Mexico Canada Production in the United States is estimated to be up slightly to 4.2 million tons in spite of reduced production in Washington, where more than half of the apples are grown. U.S. exports are 4 percent higher to an estimated 833, tons partially fueled by stronger demand from India and Colombia. Chile s production is down slightly to 1.4 million tons based on higher than normal temperatures. Producers are diversifying their orchards by increasing planting densities and replacing traditional varieties (mostly Red Delicious) by newer and higher yielding ones. Tighter supplies, coupled with escalating costs and a strong peso, resulted in a more than 5 percent drop in exports to an estimated 75, tons. The United States and the European Union are the major markets.

3 Page 3 FRESH TABLE GRAPES: 211/12 HIGHLIGHTS Summary Global table grape production for 211/12 is up half a million tons from the previous year to an estimated 16.5 million, with China accounting for nearly all of the growth. World trade is up slightly to 2.4 million tons with greater exports from the United States, China, and Hong Kong more than offsetting declines from Chile and Mexico. China continues to expand production as farmers switch from less profitable crops. Growth in consumption has outpaced production, stimulating more than a 4 percent surge in imports to an estimated 168, tons, notably from South Africa and Peru. are also up on strong demand from Thailand and Vietnam as quality improves. U.S. production fell slightly to an estimated 897, tons based on cold and wet conditions in California last spring. Imports dropped following production losses in Chile. expanded to 347, tons partly in response to Mexico lifting retaliatory tariffs. Chile s production is estimated to decline slightly, leading to a reduction in exports as sellers shipped to more profitable European markets. Chile is the fifth largest grape producer, but is the dominant exporter, accounting for about a third of all trade. U.S. 211/12 (347, Tons) Others Canada Hong Kong Indonesia s imports are up 2 percent to 6, tons primarily because of larger Philippines shipments from Chile and Indonesia China. has more than doubled over the last five years as population and incomes rise. Mexico Argentina s production is estimated down 25 percent to 11, tons following late spring frosts. are estimated down 2 percent due to reduced exportable supplies and are also constrained by Brazil s decision to suspend automatic licenses. EU consumption continues to outpace production, with imports rising to an estimated 58, tons, mostly from Chile and South Africa.

4 Page 4 PEARS: 211/12 HIGHLIGHTS Summary Global pear production is estimated at a record 21.6 million tons, up 5 percent from the previous year as China continues to dominate production and growth. Trade is nearly unchanged, but at a record level. China s crop is estimated 4 percent higher to a record 15.6 million tons as more trees are planted in the western provinces, where land is available and labor is relatively cheaper. Expanding consumption is keeping pace with rising production. are down slightly because of high prices, appreciation of the Yen, and a slowdown in demand in some Asian markets. The EU produced an estimated 2.7 million tons, up about 15 percent attributed to larger harvests in the major producing areas. EU consumption is marginally higher influenced by consumers changing tastes and preferences for more healthy and convenient foods. jumped more than 35 percent because of ample supplies with a greater proportion going to Russia and Brazil. Thousands EU Now World s Largest Exporter EU China United States Chile 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 U.S. production rose 15 percent to an estimated 85, tons. Domestic consumption is up slightly. Greater supplies at lower prices helped exports to rise 2 percent to 185, tons, primarily destined to Mexico and Canada. Argentina s production fell 1 percent to an estimated 76, tons based on adverse weather and harmful effects of Chile s Puyehue volcano eruption on the major growing region (Alto Valle de Rio Negro in Patagonia). As a result, exports plunged 2 percent to an estimated 38, tons exacerbated by the higher cost of labor, along with more expensive fertilizers, pesticides, and fuel. Brazil, their major export market, revised its import requirement which is further constraining shipments. For additional information, please contact Meyra Mendoza-Reeder at (22) or and Andrew Sowell at (22) or

5 Apple Summary 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Dec 211/12 Jun 211/12 Production China 24,8, 29,8, 31,68,8 33,263, 35,, 35,, EU-27 1,295, 12,655,3 12,21,3 1,889, 11,834, 11,834, United States 4,12,967 4,327,18 4,287,885 4,183,484 4,227,346 4,227,338 Turkey 2,458, 2,6, 2,75, 2,5, 2,7, 2,7, India 2,1, 1,985, 1,935, 1,936, 1,75, 1,75, Chile 1,35, 1,28, 1,37, 1,56, 1,5, 1,41, Brazil 983, 1,53, 1,22,5 1,275,9 1,24, 1,24, Ukraine 755, 719, 853, 896, 1,5, 1,5, Russia 1,3, 1,115, 1,23, 91, 955, 955, Argentina 98, 933, 83, 1,4, 85, 86, Other 4,55,7 4,82,6 4,163,9 4,7,3 4,122, 4,97,1 53,8,667 6,55,8 62,342,385 62,46,684 65,228,346 65,123,438 Fresh Dom. China 16,58,3 23,875,2 24,94,8 26,52,3 28,98, 28,975, EU-27 7,996,8 8,295,7 8,73,5 7,666,5 7,872,3 7,772,3 Turkey 2,345,5 2,479,2 2,559,8 2,327,5 2,53, 2,54,5 United States 2,256,357 2,29,72 2,276,937 2,179,147 2,193,927 2,153,18 India 2,28,6 2,13,9 2,38,6 2,32,8 1,85, 1,915, Russia 1,365,1 1,352,2 1,435, 1,199,7 1,314, 1,324, Ukraine 839, 942,6 1,24,2 928,6 1,75, 1,145, Other 5,678,6 5,971,5 6,61,6 6,593,8 6,793,1 6,73,15 38,568,257 47,139,372 48,95,437 49,448,347 52,68,327 52,528,58 For Processing China 7,76, 4,8, 5,6, 5,76, 5,, 5,, EU-27 2,429,6 3,937,2 3,326,6 2,749,8 3,111,7 3,111,7 United States 1,346,321 1,481,357 1,423,918 1,327,32 1,48,419 1,48,23 Russia 861, 887, 88,5 8,5 8, 8, Chile 424,4 42, 342,5 472, 465,5 465,5 Argentina 35, 471, 38, 49, 35, 41, South Africa 29, 261,2 233,6 231,5 235,5 215, Other 857,4 888, 811,6 785, 81, 82, 14,237,721 13,145,757 12,998,718 12,616,12 12,181,119 12,23,43 Imports Russia 939,9 1,146,9 1,12,1 1,11,7 1,2, 1,21, EU ,6 78,1 596, 616,5 65, 55, Indonesia 143,3 151,4 158,9 217,4 24, 235, Canada 166,6 173,4 184, 191,4 2, 2, Mexico 197, 222,7 215,3 213,5 235, 19, India 59,8 73,6 13,3 143,9 125, 185, Algeria 99,1 112,7 113,3 113,3 13, 175, United Arab Emirates 129,5 161, 167,3 147,1 16, 167,5 United States 172, ,4 182, ,85 175, 167, Saudi Arabia 129,3 126, 153,6 147,6 16, 155,9 Other 1,396,6 1,794,7 1,929,5 1,738,1 1,924,15 1,877,15 4,316,587 4,97,54 4,95,559 4,788,585 5,199,15 5,112,55 EU-27 75,1 1,22,5 1,217,2 1,89,2 1,5, 1,5, China 1,21,5 1,173,3 1,21,3 1,56,7 1,1, 1,1, United States 673,176 81, , ,12 8, 833, Chile 775,9 678,6 842,6 81,4 84, 75, South Africa 358,6 339, 36,3 335,2 315, 34, New Zealand 26,8 32,9 259,7 299,5 3, 27, Argentina 235,9 27,2 178,8 233,2 23, 18, Serbia 82,6 15,7 7,2 19,8 12, 14, Turkey 15,5 24,2 93, 77,3 75, 65, Brazil 112,2 98,3 9,8 48,7 75, 55, Other 278,9 294, 284,6 233,7 243,5 24,5 4,565,176 5,137,455 5,313,789 5,11,82 5,598,5 5,437,5 Note: From 1994, the United States and Mexico are on a Aug-July marketing year. All other Northern Hemisphere countries are on a July-June marketing year. Southern hemisphere countries are on a calendar year indicated as the second year of the split year. Imports and exports will not equal due to statistical discrepancies.

6 Fresh Grape Summary 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Dec 211/12 Jun 211/12 Production China 4,646,8 4,953, 5,674,6 6,2, 6,7, 6,7, Turkey 1,92, 1,97, 2,25, 2,15, 2,2, 2,2, EU-27 1,977, 1,988,4 1,984,9 1,927,3 1,934,6 1,934,6 Brazil 1,367,8 1,31,2 1,31, 1,3, 1,3, 1,3, Chile 1,185, 1,25, 1,15, 1,215, 1,25, 1,175, India 1,5, 1,5,5 1,6, 1,6, 1,, 1,, United States 834,99 893, ,665 9, , 896,916 Ukraine 3, 31, 33, 32, 32, 32, South Africa 263, 272, 277,3 258, 26, 265, Mexico 266,3 182,1 192,7 214,5 21, 21, Other 532,9 553,2 552,7 539,6 532, 512, 14,298,79 14,643,158 15,534,865 16,31,334 16,512,6 16,513,516 Fresh Dom. China 4,639, 4,969,9 5,65,8 6,23,1 6,735, 6,761,7 EU-27 2,485,4 2,467, 2,438,6 2,337,4 2,349,6 2,376,9 Turkey 1,749,4 1,768,2 2,62,8 1,914,3 1,95,5 1,95,5 Brazil 1,298,2 1,274,3 1,274, 1,274,7 1,27, 1,27, United States 1,13,299 1,183,944 1,19,449 1,154,39 1,136, 1,82,463 India 889,6 898,7 878,8 938,4 93, 94, Russia 446,3 422,8 415, 435,8 439,1 439,5 Ukraine 366, 367,1 36,3 359,4 36, 36, Chile 348,4 354,9 324, 361,4 335,25 345,3 Japan 19,8 182,4 186,1 19,5 189,5 189,5 Other 669, 649,9 684,8 697,4 684,6 72,2 14,185,399 14,539,144 15,384,649 15,893,79 16,352,55 16,381,613 Imports EU ,4 64,2 568,1 543, 55, 58, United States 569,3 625, ,284 58,115 61, 532,723 Russia 47,9 397,6 385,5 47,7 41, 41, Canada 191,7 189,9 182,8 188,9 19, 17,7 China 46,5 8,1 78,2 118,4 15, 167,5 Hong Kong 8,3 121,6 114,6 142,8 145, 145, Mexico 72, 78,8 38,6 61,1 6, 74,5 Indonesia 27,1 27,9 34,8 48,3 5, 6, Korea, South 33,5 29,1 32,7 44,6 45, 45, Ukraine 66, 57,1 3,3 39,4 4, 4, Other 53,9 59,2 58,1 76,4 75,55 75,8 2,192,6 2,37,116 2,81,984 2,25,715 2,325,55 2,31,223 Chile 836,9 85,4 781,3 853,8 87, 83, United States 3,91 335,43 3,5 326,74 325, 347,176 South Africa 262,6 271,2 259,8 248,5 25, 255, Turkey 171, 22,2 187,9 236,4 25, 25, EU , 161,6 114,4 132,9 135, 137,7 Mexico 176,9 156,5 128,2 171,3 15, 137,6 Hong Kong 49,6 82,7 81,7 18,9 125, 125, China 54,3 63,2 12, 88,3 115, 15,8 India 118,4 19,3 129,8 7,8 1, 1, Brazil 82,2 54,6 6,8 59,4 65, 65, Other 116,1 122, 83,8 89,3 98,6 77,85 2,34,91 2,49,13 2,23,2 2,386,34 2,483,6 2,431,126 Note: From 1994, the United States and Mexico are on a May-April marketing year. All other Northern Hemisphere countries are on a June-May marketing year. Southern Hemisphere countries are on a calendar year indicated as the second year of the split year. Imports and exports will not equal due to statistical discrepancies. Production has been adjusted to reflect grapes for fresh-market consumption only. Any comparison with previous years and reports should take this into account.

7 Pear Summary 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Dec 211/12 Jun 211/12 Production China 12,895, 13,538,1 14,263, 15,57, 15,6, 15,6, EU-27 2,784,1 2,379,3 2,753,7 2,34,7 2,67, 2,67, United States 79, , ,16 737,94 85,9 852,854 Argentina 72, 78, 65, 84, 87, 76, Turkey 356,3 356, 385, 38, 39, 39, South Africa 342,1 347,6 366,2 35, 36, 366, Japan 326,4 361,7 351,5 351,5 35, 35, Chile 272, 28, 262, 29, 287, 287, Russia 19, 18, 185, 135, 141, 141, Australia 127,6 125, 15, 1, 1, 1, Other 14,5 82,3 11,2 87, 94, 93,2 18,98,929 19,218,235 2,289,76 2,633,14 21,667,9 21,61,54 Fresh Dom. China 11,521,7 12,62,5 12,69,9 13,514,1 14,8, 14,8, EU-27 2,549,3 2,329,8 2,394, 2,17,7 2,33, 2,138,2 Russia 45, 425,2 492,3 499,8 51, 511,2 United States 424, , ,447 49, , ,69 Turkey 338,8 33,7 354,1 345,7 351,5 361,2 Japan 324,1 36, 349,6 35,6 348,8 349,1 Brazil 158,2 179,1 28,2 228,6 248, 248, Indonesia 9,6 83,8 95,9 138,2 145, 135, Argentina 79,9 85,9 62,1 123,4 1,4 12, Mexico 111,9 97,3 17,2 96,7 13, 13, Other 691,5 691,7 754,3 676,8 698,3 752,525 16,74,991 17,77,695 17,955,47 18,491,565 19,343,833 19,212,294 For Processing China 95, 1,3, 1,12,1 1,12, 1,12, 1,12, United States 29,213 29,34 319, , , ,785 Argentina 175, 24, 17, 25, 27, 26, EU-27 38,2 219, 325, 164,1 26, 26, South Africa 128, 122, 131,5 12, 13, 126, Chile 63, 68,4 63,8 7, 65, 7, Russia 131, 65, 67,6 4, 43, 43, Australia 38, 35, 31, 3, 3, 3, Turkey 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, New Zealand 2,4 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,6 3, Other 6,3 2,4 2,6 2,5 2,5 2,5 2,12,113 2,84,64 2,225,447 2,64,899 2,224,357 2,243,285 Imports Russia 397,5 316,5 383,3 49,9 425, 425, Brazil 139,9 162, 189,9 21,4 23, 23, EU ,6 393,8 279, 314,5 32, 22, Indonesia 9,6 83,8 95,9 138,2 145, 135, Vietnam 64,3 81, 17,9 83,2 9, 85, Mexico 89,2 78,2 84,3 74,5 8, 8, Canada 77,4 68,6 71,6 68,3 75, 7, Other 386, ,38 393, , ,6 45,425 1,596,938 1,569,28 1,65,245 1,675,925 1,738,6 1,632,425 EU ,5 224,3 313,7 347,4 4, 473,8 China 423,3 445,6 47, 422,9 4, 4, Argentina 465,1 454,2 418,1 469,6 5, 38, United States 161,563 15, ,57 15,865 16, 185, South Africa 166, 18,6 186,4 182,1 18, 172, Chile 133,7 13, 116,8 134,7 14, 13, Turkey 8,6 16, 21,6 25,6 3, 2, Other 22,3 2,3 16,8 14,4 16,5 15,1 1,656,63 1,621,144 1,77,457 1,747,565 1,826,5 1,775,9 Note: Northern Hemisphere countries are on a July-June marketing year. Southern Hemisphere countries are on a calendar year indicated as the second year of the split year. Imports and exports will not equal due to statistical discrepancies.

8 Apple Production, Supply, and Algeria 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Argentina 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Australia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Azerbaijan 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Bangladesh 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Belarus 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Brazil 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Canada 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 1,47, 98, 933, 83, 1,4, 86, 27, 265, 267, 257, 266, 27, 178,4 187, 25, 24,2 24, 2, 4, 3, 24, 25, 15, 18, 993, 983, 1,53, 1,22,5 1,275,9 1,24, 42,8 446,4 426,9 413,1 346,7 79,2 99,1 112,7 113,3 113,3 175, 8 1,4 2,4 3 12,1 2,3 5,8 23,8 6,8 4, 66, 73,5 19,5 138,4 163,2 15, 5,9 27,2 44,2 42,2 45,4 15, 68,6 55, 61,3 76,9 86,3 15, 178,3 166,6 173,4 184, 191,4 For Processing 79,2 79,2 79,2 99,1 99,1 99,1 112,7 112,7 112,7 113,3 113,3 113,3 113,3 113,3 113,3 175, 175, 175, 1,47, 133,7 63, 283,3 1,47, 98,8 394,9 35, 235,9 98,8 934,4 256,2 471, 27,2 934,4 832,4 273,6 38, 178,8 832,4 1,4,3 317,1 49, 233,2 1,4,3 86, 27, 41, 18, 86, 27, 222,8 42,5 4,7 27, 265, 229,7 31,5 3,8 265, 267, 231,8 3,5 4,7 267, 257, 222,8 3, 4,2 257, 266, 233,6 3, 2,4 266, 27, 237, 3, 3, 27, 19,5 136,8 53,7 19,5 189,3 12, 87,3 189,3 21,8 94,8 116, 21,8 228, 144,2 83,8 228, 21,8 172,8 38, 21,8 24, 154, 5, 24, 66, 66, 66, 73,5 73,5 73,5 19,5 19,5 19,5 138,4 138,4 138,4 163,2 163,2 163,2 15, 15, 15, 45,9 45,9 45,9 327,2 327,2 327,2 284,2 284,2 284,2 292,2 292,2 292,2 195,4 195,4 195,4 285, 285, 285, 1,61,6 783,5 166, 112,1 1,61,6 1,38, 759, 166,8 112,2 1,38, 1,114,3 767,4 248,6 98,3 1,114,3 1,297,4 1,21,6 185, 9,8 1,297,4 1,362,2 1,153,5 16, 48,7 1,362,2 1,345, 1,115, 175, 55, 1,345, 581,1 391,1 152,6 37,4 581,1 613, 391,4 171,9 49,7 613, 6,3 416,2 153,7 3,4 6,3 597,1 435,6 14,2 21,3 597,1 538,1 369,1 14, 29, 538,1

9 Apple Production, Supply, and (Continued) Chile 211/12 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 China 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Colombia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Costa Rica 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Croatia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Ecuador 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 EU-27 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Guatemala 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 36, 1,25, 1,35, 1,28, 1,37, 1,56, 1,41, 26,59,3 24,8, 29,8, 31,68,8 33,263, 35,, 2,9 1,1 1,1 1,1 1, 1, 48, 4, 48, 75, 95, 92, 11,133,9 1,295, 12,655,3 12,21,3 1,889, 11,834, 22,1 22,2 22,4 22,4 2, ,7 39,8 48,5 61,3 74, 75, 68,1 62,5 71,9 84,8 9,2 135, 15,4 14,4 12,8 14,2 15,6 15, 14,9 15,4 14,1 9,8 8,1 25, 42,8 44,3 41,7 5,6 51,7 6, 888,9 882,6 78,1 596, 616,5 55, 13,4 12,2 12,1 11,9 For Processing 56, 395, 14, 25, 56, 1,25,2 145,6 33, 774,6 1,25,2 1,35,1 149,8 424,4 775,9 1,35,1 1,28,1 181,5 42, 678,6 1,28,1 1,37,2 185,1 342,5 842,6 1,37,2 1,56,8 233,4 472, 81,4 1,56,8 1,41,5 195, 465,5 75, 1,41,5 26,93, 18,122,5 7,, 97,5 26,93, 24,839,8 16,58,3 7,76, 1,21,5 24,839,8 29,848,5 23,875,2 4,8, 1,173,3 29,848,5 31,742,1 24,94,8 5,6, 1,21,3 31,742,1 33,337, 26,52,3 5,76, 1,56,7 33,337, 35,75, 28,975, 5,, 1,1, 35,75, 71, 71, 71, 63,6 63,6 63,6 73, 73, 73, 85,9 85,9 85,9 91,2 91,2 91,2 136, 136, 136, 15,4 15,4 15,4 14,4 14,4 14,4 12,8 12,8 12,8 14,2 14,2 14,2 15,6 15,6 15,6 15, 15, 15, 62,9 57,5 5,4 62,9 55,4 36,2 19,2 55,4 62,1 53,1 9, 62,1 84,8 73,6 11,2 84,8 13,1 81,5 21,6 13,1 117, 12, 15, 117, 42,8 42,8 42,8 44,3 44,3 44,3 41,7 41,7 41,7 5,6 5,6 5,6 51,7 51,7 51,7 6, 6, 6, 12,22,8 7,69,4 3,368,8 96,1 12,22,8 11,177,6 7,996,8 2,429,6 75,1 11,177,6 13,435,4 8,295,7 3,937,2 1,22,5 13,435,4 12,617,3 8,73,5 3,326,6 1,217,2 12,617,3 11,55,5 7,666,5 2,749,8 1,89,2 11,55,5 12,384, 7,772,3 3,111,7 1,5, 12,384, 35,5 32,4 3,1 35,5 34,4 31,9 2,5 34,4 34,5 32,8 1,7 34,5 34,3 33,6 7 34,3

10 Apple Production, Supply, and (Continued) 21/11 211/12 Honduras 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Hong Kong 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 India 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Indonesia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Japan 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Kazakhstan 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Kyrgyzstan 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Libya 26/7 27/8 28/9 22,4 22, 1,756, 2,1, 1,985, 1,935, 1,936, 1,75, 831,8 84,1 91,7 892, 81, 85, 21, 11, 95, 112, 95, 1, 12, 12, 12, 12, 13, 13, 14, 15, 1,6 1,7 1, 1, 11,4 12, 79,7 98,7 12,7 123,2 144,8 12, 64,7 59,8 73,6 13,3 143,9 185, 13,2 143,3 151,4 158,9 217,4 235, ,5 8,4 134,9 144,7 123,4 12, 52,4 46,4 21,6 33,9 22,5 45, 22,5 24,7 33,2 For Processing 36,4 35,9 5 36,4 37, 36,5 5 37, 1,6 1,6 1,6 1,7 1,7 1,7 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 11,4 11,4 11,4 12, 12, 12, 79,7 79,7 79,7 98,7 98,7 98,7 12,7 12,7 12,7 123,2 123,2 123,2 144,8 144,8 144,8 12, 12, 12, 1,82,7 1,794,7 26, 1,82,7 2,6,8 2,28,6 32,2 2,6,8 2,58,6 2,13,9 44,7 2,58,6 2,65,3 2,38,6 26,7 2,65,3 2,79,9 2,32,8 47,1 2,79,9 1,935, 1,915, 2, 1,935, 13,2 13,2 13,2 143,3 143,3 143,3 151,4 151,4 151,4 158,9 158,9 158,9 217,4 217,4 217,4 235, 235, 235, 831,8 673,3 135, 23,5 831,8 84,1 679,8 135, 25,3 84,1 91,7 753,5 135, 22,2 91,7 892,1 733,1 135, 24, 892,1 81,1 657,1 135, 18, 81,1 85,15 75,15 135, 1, 85,15 73,5 52,9 2,6 73,5 181,4 175,6 5,8 181,4 229,9 227,8 2,1 229,9 256,7 255,3 1,4 256,7 218,4 218,4 218,4 22, 22, 22, 64,4 51,6 12,8 64,4 58,4 49,3 9,1 58,4 33,6 23,4 1,2 33,6 45,9 41,6 4,3 45,9 35,5 24,1 11,4 35,5 58, 18, 4, 58, 22,5 22,5 22,5 24,7 24,7 24,7 33,2 33,2 33,2

11 Apple Production, Supply, and (Continued) 29/1 21/11 211/12 Malaysia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Mexico 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 New Zealand 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Norway Peru 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Philippines 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Russia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Saudi Arabia 26/7 27/8 51, 55, 512, 561,5 585, 65, 425, 436, 457,4 439, 479,7 46,1 15, 15, 17, 14, 13, 13, 1,25, 1,3, 1,115, 1,23, 91, 955, 43,5 36,6 4, 88,8 89,8 95,3 1,9 97,9 1, 198,6 197, 222,7 215,3 213,5 19, 1,4 1,6 1,3 1,2 1, 1,3 49,9 56,3 5,4 53,2 48,6 55, 25,9 28,4 39,9 47,9 39,6 45, 79,5 71,3 74,1 71,6 68,9 7, 98, 939,9 1,146,9 1,12,1 1,11,7 1,21, 127,5 129,3 For Processing 43,5 43,5 43,5 36,6 36,6 36,6 4, 4, 4, 88,8 88,8 88,8 89,8 89,8 89,8 95,3 95,3 95,3 1,9 1,9 1,9 97,9 97,9 97,9 1, 97,5 2,5 1, 78,6 68,4 1, 2 78,6 72, 576,7 125, 3 72, 734,7 612,4 122, 3 734,7 776,8 676,5 1, 3 776,8 798,5 73,2 95, 3 798,5 795, 684,5 11, 5 795, 426,4 54, 8, 292,4 426,4 437,6 51,6 125,2 26,8 437,6 458,7 59,6 96,2 32,9 458,7 44,2 59,1 121,4 259,7 44,2 48,7 56,2 125, 299,5 48,7 461,4 61,4 13, 27, 461,4 64,9 47,9 2, 64,9 71,3 54,3 2, 71,3 67,4 5,4 2, 67,4 67,2 67,2 67,2 61,6 61,6 61,6 68, 68, 68, 25,9 25,9 25,9 28,4 28,4 28,4 39,9 39,9 39,9 47,9 47,9 47,9 39,6 39,6 39,6 45, 45, 45, 79,5 79,5 79,5 71,3 71,3 71,3 74,1 74,1 74,1 71,6 71,6 71,6 68,9 68,9 68,9 7, 7, 7, 2,158, 1,55,3 1,1, 2,7 2,158, 2,239,9 1,365,1 861, 3,8 2,239,9 2,261,9 1,352,2 887, 2,7 2,261,9 2,35,1 1,435, 88,5 4,6 2,35,1 2,2,7 1,199,7 8,5 5 2,2,7 2,165, 1,324, 8, 1, 2,165, 127,5 127,5 127,5 129,3 129,3 129,3

12 Apple Production, Supply, and (Continued) 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Serbia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Singapore 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 South Africa 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Sri Lanka 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Taiwan 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Thailand 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Turkey 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Ukraine 26/7 18, 119, 17, 117, 12, 125, 7,3 7,3 7,2 7,3 7,2 7, 71,2 748,7 747, 78,7 79, 79, 5,9 6, 4,2 3,8 4,3 4, 2,, 2,458, 2,6, 2,75, 2,5, 2,7, 536,5 126, 153,6 147,6 155,9 14,1 22,1 19,7 9,6 41,6 25, 45,9 45,4 46,2 47,4 44,9 45, ,7 17,1 18,3 22,8 21,1 15, 12,7 134,4 128,9 127,2 149, 12, 98,3 87,5 12,9 13,9 12,5 12, 5,9 3, 3,4 2,8 4,8 5,5 177,5 For Processing 126, 126, 126, 153,6 153,6 153,6 147,6 147,6 147,6 155,9 155,9 155,9 122,1 82,4 39,7 122,1 141,1 58,5 82,6 141,1 126,7 111, 15,7 126,7 126,6 56,4 7,2 126,6 161,6 51,8 19,8 161,6 15, 1, 14, 15, 53,2 45,8 7,4 53,2 52,7 45,5 7,2 52,7 53,4 47,8 5,6 53,4 54,7 48,5 6,2 54,7 52,1 45,3 6,8 52,1 52, 45, 7, 52, 71,3 195,5 18, 334,8 71,3 748,8 181,2 29, 358,6 748,8 747,2 147, 261,2 339, 747,2 781,1 241,2 233,6 36,3 781,1 79,1 223,4 231,5 335,2 79,1 79,2 235,2 215, 34, 79,2 18,7 18,7 18,7 17,1 17,1 17,1 18,3 18,3 18,3 22,8 22,8 22,8 21,1 21,1 21,1 15, 15, 15, 126,6 126,6 126,6 14,4 14,4 14,4 133,1 133,1 133,1 131, 131, 131, 153,3 153,3 153,3 124, 124, 124, 98,3 98,3 98,3 87,5 87,5 87,5 12,9 12,9 12,9 13,9 13,9 13,9 12,5 12,5 12,5 12, 12, 12, 2,5,9 1,897, 1, 8,9 2,5,9 2,461, 2,345,5 1, 15,5 2,461, 2,63,4 2,479,2 1, 24,2 2,63,4 2,752,8 2,559,8 1, 93, 2,752,8 2,54,8 2,327,5 1, 77,3 2,54,8 2,75,5 2,54,5 1, 65, 2,75,5 714, 79,6 4,4 714,

13 Apple Production, Supply, and (Continued) 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 United Arab Emirates 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 United States 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Uruguay 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Venezuela 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Vietnam 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 755, 719, 853, 896, 1,5, 4,413,59 4,12,967 4,327,18 4,287,885 4,183,484 4,227,338 8, 3,9 2,7 1,8 5, 5, 111,1 265,3 264,7 85,4 12, 115, 129,5 161, 167,3 147,1 167,5 194,71 172, ,4 182, ,85 167, 2 2, ,6 49,8 34,4 1, 4,8 3, 65,1 68,3 152,4 166,2 114,2 125, For Processing 866,1 839, 27,1 866,1 984,3 942,6 41,7 984,3 1,117,7 1,24,2 93,5 1,117,7 981,4 928,6 52,8 981,4 1,17, 1,145, 25, 1,17, 115, 115, 115, 129,5 129,5 129,5 161, 161, 161, 167,3 167,3 167,3 147,1 147,1 147,1 167,5 167,5 167,5 4,67,661 2,417,247 1,552,73 638,341 4,67,661 4,275,854 2,256,357 1,346, ,176 4,275,854 4,492,184 2,29,72 1,481,357 81,755 4,492,184 4,47,144 2,276,937 1,423, ,289 4,47,144 4,332,569 2,179,147 1,327,32 826,12 4,332,569 4,394,338 2,153,18 1,48,23 833, 4,394,338 8,2 2 8, 8,2 5,9 3 5,6 5,9 2,9 2 2,7 2,9 2,6 2 2,4 2,6 5,5 2 5,3 5,5 5,5 5 5, 5,5 44,6 44,6 44,6 49,8 49,8 49,8 34,4 34,4 34,4 1, 1, 1, 4,8 4,8 4,8 3, 3, 3, 65,1 65,1 65,1 68,3 68,3 68,3 152,4 152,4 152,4 166,2 166,2 166,2 114,2 114,2 114,2 125, 125, 125, World World 26/7 54,417,69 4,324,871 58,742,561 39,16,447 14,938,973 4,624,641 58,742,561 27/8 53,8,667 4,316,587 57,397,254 38,568,257 14,237,721 4,565,176 57,397,254 28/9 6,55,8 4,97,54 65,457,584 47,139,372 13,145,757 5,137,455 65,457,584 29/1 62,342,385 4,95,559 67,292,944 48,95,437 12,998,718 5,313,789 67,292,944 21/11 62,46,684 4,788,585 67,195,269 49,448,347 12,616,12 5,11,82 67,195, /12 65,123,438 5,112,55 7,235,988 52,528,58 12,23,43 5,437,5 7,235,988 Note: From 1994, the United States and Mexico are on a Aug-July marketing year. All other Northern Hemisphere countries are on a July-June marketing year. Southern hemisphere countries are on a calendar year indicated as the second year of the split year. Imports and exports will not equal due to statistical discrepancies.

14 Fresh Grape Production, Supply, and Argentina 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Australia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Brazil 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Canada Chile 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 China 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 EU-27 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Hong Kong 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 15, 145, 12, 14, 145, 11, 1, 99, 135, 11, 93, 1, 1,341,8 1,367,8 1,31,2 1,31, 1,3, 1,3, 4,4 4,1 3,4 2,7 3,3 3, 91, 1,185, 1,25, 1,15, 1,215, 1,175, 4,647, 4,646,8 4,953, 5,674,6 6,2, 6,7, 2,13,8 1,977, 1,988,4 1,984,9 1,927,3 1,934,6 6, 6, 9, 9, 9, 1, 1,7 1, , 16,3 17,5 6,4 1,8 1, 15,6 12,6 18,7 24,8 34,1 35, 173,5 191,7 189,9 182,8 188,9 17, ,9 46,5 8,1 78,2 118,4 167,5 617,6 644,4 64,2 568,1 543, 58, 76,2 8,3 121,6 114,6 142,8 16, 47,2 58,8 16, 146,7 77, 69,7 146,7 121,5 75,2 46,3 121,5 14,8 9,7 5,1 14,8 145,4 89,6 55,8 145,4 11, 65, 45, 11, 112, 71,8 4,2 112, 115,3 74,5 4,8 115,3 152,5 81,3 71,2 152,5 116,4 87,1 29,3 116,4 13,8 73,8 3, 13,8 11, 8, 3, 11, 1,357,4 1,278,3 79,1 1,357,4 1,38,4 1,298,2 82,2 1,38,4 1,328,9 1,274,3 54,6 1,328,9 1,334,8 1,274, 6,8 1,334,8 1,334,1 1,274,7 59,4 1,334,1 1,335, 1,27, 65, 1,335, 177,9 173,6 4,3 177,9 195,8 191,5 4,3 195,8 193,3 19,4 2,9 193,3 185,5 182,6 2,9 185,5 192,2 189,7 2,5 192,2 173,7 171,7 2, 173,7 91,2 124,7 776,5 91,2 1,185,3 348,4 836,9 1,185,3 1,25,3 354,9 85,4 1,25,3 1,15,3 324, 781,3 1,15,3 1,215,2 361,4 853,8 1,215,2 1,175,3 345,3 83, 1,175,3 4,69,9 4,655,3 35,6 4,69,9 4,693,3 4,639, 54,3 4,693,3 5,33,1 4,969,9 63,2 5,33,1 5,752,8 5,65,8 12, 5,752,8 6,318,4 6,23,1 88,3 6,318,4 6,867,5 6,761,7 15,8 6,867,5 2,721,4 2,584,1 137,3 2,721,4 2,621,4 2,485,4 136, 2,621,4 2,628,6 2,467, 161,6 2,628,6 2,553, 2,438,6 114,4 2,553, 2,47,3 2,337,4 132,9 2,47,3 2,514,6 2,376,9 137,7 2,514,6 136,2 9,2 46, 136,2 14,3 9,7 49,6 14,3 211,6 128,9 82,7 211,6 24,6 122,9 81,7 24,6 232,8 123,9 18,9 232,8

15 Fresh Grape Production, Supply, and (Continued) 211/12 India 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Indonesia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Japan 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Korea, South 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Mexico 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 New Zealand 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Russia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 South Africa 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 9, 1,, 1,5, 1,5,5 1,6, 1,6, 1,, 185,5 184,1 176, 177,2 177,2 177, ,6 266,3 182,1 192,7 214,5 21, 26, 4, 28, 32, 3,3 31,2 288, 263, 272, 277,3 145, 2,1 3, 2,5 2,6 3,2 4, 25,6 27,1 27,9 34,8 48,3 6, 8,5 7,1 6,8 9,3 13,6 13, 25,6 33,5 29,1 32,7 44,6 45, 76,6 72, 78,8 38,6 61,1 74,5 11,3 11, 9,5 11, 1,5 11, 335,8 47,9 397,6 385,5 47,7 41, 1,6 1,5 2, 2,2 235, 11, 125, 235, 1,2,1 928,9 73,2 1,2,1 1,8, 889,6 118,4 1,8, 1,8, 898,7 19,3 1,8, 1,8,6 878,8 129,8 1,8,6 1,9,2 938,4 7,8 1,9,2 1,4, 94, 1, 1,4, 25,6 25,6 25,6 27,1 27,1 27,1 27,9 27,9 27,9 34,8 34,8 34,8 48,3 48,3 48,3 6, 6, 6, 194, 193, , 191,2 19, ,2 182,8 182, ,8 186,5 186, ,5 19,8 19,5 3 19,8 19, 189,5 5 19, 26,3 26,1 2 26,3 34,2 33,9 3 34,2 29,9 29,5 4 29,9 33,5 32,9 6 33,5 45,4 44,9 5 45,4 45,8 45,6 2 45,8 225,2 112,9 112,3 225,2 338,3 161,4 176,9 338,3 26,9 14,4 156,5 26,9 231,3 13,1 128,2 231,3 275,6 14,3 171,3 275,6 284,5 146,9 137,6 284,5 11,3 11,3 11,3 11, 11, 11, 9,5 9,5 9,5 11, 11, 11, 1,5 1,5 1,5 11, 11, 11, 361,8 361, ,8 447,9 446, ,9 425,6 422, ,6 417,5 415, 5 417,5 438, 435, , 441,2 439, ,2 289,6 2,5 287,1 289,6 264,5 1,9 262,6 264,5 274, 2,8 271,2 274, 279,5 19,7 259,8 279,5

16 Fresh Grape Production, Supply, and (Continued) 21/11 211/12 Turkey 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Ukraine 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 United States 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 258, 265, 2,1, 1,92, 1,97, 2,25, 2,15, 2,2, 25, 3, 31, 33, 32, 32, 723, ,99 893, ,665 9, ,916 2,9 2, ,8 66, 57,1 3,3 39,4 4, 585,68 569,3 625, ,284 58, ,723 26,9 12,4 248,5 26,9 267, 12, 255, 267, 2,1,5 1,95, 15,5 2,1,5 1,92,4 1,749,4 171, 1,92,4 1,97,4 1,768,2 22,2 1,97,4 2,25,7 2,62,8 187,9 2,25,7 2,15,7 1,914,3 236,4 2,15,7 2,2,5 1,95,5 25, 2,2,5 37,8 37,8 37,8 366, 366, 366, 367,1 367,1 367,1 36,3 36,3 36,3 359,4 359,4 359,4 36, 36, 36, 1,39,241 1,35, ,11 1,39,241 1,44,29 1,13,299 3,91 1,44,29 1,519,374 1,183, ,43 1,519,374 1,49,949 1,19,449 3,5 1,49,949 1,481,49 1,154,39 326,74 1,481,49 1,429,639 1,82, ,176 1,429,639 World World 26/7 13,985,361 2,71,8 16,56,441 13,98,531 2,75,91 16,56,441 27/8 14,298,79 2,192,6 16,491,39 14,185,399 2,34,91 16,491,39 28/9 14,643,158 2,37,116 16,95,274 14,539,144 2,49,13 16,95,274 29/1 15,534,865 2,81,984 17,616,849 15,384,649 2,23,2 17,616,849 21/11 16,31,334 2,25,715 18,282,49 15,893,79 2,386,34 18,282,49 211/12 16,513,516 2,31,223 18,814,739 16,381,613 2,431,126 18,814,739 Note: From 1994, the United States and Mexico are on a May-April marketing year. All other Northern Hemisphere countries are on a June-May marketing year. Southern Hemisphere countries are on a calendar year indicated as the second year of the split year. Imports and exports will not equal due to statistical discrepancies. Production has been adjusted to reflect grapes for fresh-market consumption only. Any comparison with previous years and reports should take this into account.

17 Pear Production, Supply, and Argentina 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Australia 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Brazil 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Canada Chile 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 China 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Colombia 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Ecuador 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 EU-27 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Hong Kong 27/8 72, 78, 65, 84, 76, 127,6 125, 15, 1, 1, 18,3 17,1 18,3 18,2 18, 11,9 9,6 8,4 7,8 7,5 272, 28, 262, 29, 287, 12,895, 13,538,1 14,263, 15,57, 15,6, 2,784,1 2,379,3 2,753,7 2,34,7 2,67, 5, , 2,3 2,6 3,1 3,3 4, 139,9 162, 189,9 21,4 23, 77,4 68,6 71,6 68,3 7, 25 14,4 19,6 21,6 26,6 26, 7, 7,4 9,6 12,5 26, 351,6 393,8 279, 314,5 22, 29,6 For Processing 72, 79,9 175, 465,1 72, 78,1 85,9 24, 454,2 78,1 65,2 62,1 17, 418,1 65,2 843, 123,4 25, 469,6 843, 76, 12, 26, 38, 76, 129,9 86,2 38, 5,7 129,9 127,6 86,2 35, 6,4 127,6 18,1 72,1 31, 5, 18,1 13,3 67,7 3, 5,6 13,3 14, 69, 3, 5, 14, 158,2 158,2 158,2 179,1 179,1 179,1 28,2 28,2 28,2 228,6 228,6 228,6 248, 248, 248, 89,3 85,1 4, 2 89,3 78,2 77, ,2 8, 79, , 76,1 75, ,1 77,5 77, ,5 272, 75,3 63, 133,7 272, 28, 81,6 68,4 13, 28, 262, 81,4 63,8 116,8 262, 29, 85,3 7, 134,7 29, 287,25 87,25 7, 13, 287,25 12,895, 11,521,7 95, 423,3 12,895, 13,538,1 12,62,5 1,3, 445,6 13,538,1 14,263, 12,69,9 1,12,1 47, 14,263, 15,57, 13,514,1 1,12, 422,9 15,57, 15,6, 14,8, 1,12, 4, 15,6, 14,4 14,4 14,4 19,6 19,6 19,6 21,6 21,6 21,6 26,6 26,6 26,6 26, 26, 26, 7, 7, 7, 7,4 7,4 7,4 9,6 9,6 9,6 12,5 12,5 12,5 26, 26, 26, 3,135,7 2,549,3 38,2 275,5 3,135,7 2,773,1 2,329,8 219, 224,3 2,773,1 3,32,7 2,394, 325, 313,7 3,32,7 2,619,2 2,17,7 164,1 347,4 2,619,2 2,872, 2,138,2 26, 473,8 2,872, 34,8 31,8 3, 34,8

18 Pear Production, Supply, and (Continued) 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 India 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Indonesia Iran 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Japan 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Malaysia 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Mexico 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 New Zealand 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Norway Peru 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 27/8 28/9 29/1 2,5 2,4 2,5 2,5 326,4 361,7 351,5 351,5 35, 24,7 21,1 24,9 24,2 25, 14,2 14,9 14,2 14,3 14,2 25,6 24,7 21,8 45, 8,8 9,8 14,9 17,5 17, 9,6 83,8 95,9 138,2 135, 5, 13,9 25,9 6,1 6, ,8 41,5 44,3 4,9 43, 89,2 78,2 84,3 74,5 8, 3,7 3,2 3,7 3,1 3,5 25,6 22,6 21,5 2,4 21,5 7,9 11,3 14, For Processing 28,1 25,9 2,2 28,1 27,1 26,3 8 27,1 24,3 23,7 6 24,3 47,5 46,5 1, 47,5 8,8 8,8 8,8 9,8 9,8 9,8 14,9 14,9 14,9 17,5 17,5 17,5 17, 17, 17, 9,6 9,6 9,6 83,8 83,8 83,8 95,9 95,9 95,9 138,2 138,2 138,2 135, 135, 135, 5, 5, 5, 13,9 13,9 13,9 25,9 25,9 25,9 6,1 6,1 6,1 6,5 6,5 6,5 326,5 324,1 3 2,1 326,5 361,8 36, 3 1,5 361,8 351,6 349,6 3 1,7 351,6 351,6 35, ,6 35,1 349, ,1 48,8 48,8 48,8 41,5 41,5 41,5 44,3 44,3 44,3 4,9 4,9 4,9 43, 43, 43, 113,9 111,9 2, 113,9 99,3 97,3 2, 99,3 19,2 17,2 2, 19,2 98,7 96,7 2, 98,7 15, 13, 2, 15, 17,9 1,7 2,4 4,8 17,9 18,1 1,1 2,5 5,5 18,1 17,9 1,3 2,5 5,1 17,9 17,4 1,5 2,5 4,4 17,4 17,7 1,4 3, 4,3 17,7 25,6 25,6 25,6 22,6 22,6 22,6 21,5 21,5 21,5 2,4 2,4 2,4 21,5 21,5 21,5 7,9 7,9 7,9 11,3 11,3 11,3 14, 14, 14,

19 Pear Production, Supply, and (Continued) 21/11 211/12 Philippines 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Russia 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Saudi Arabia 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Singapore 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 South Africa 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Switzerland 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Taiwan 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Thailand 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Turkey 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 19, 18, 185, 135, 141, 3,2 2,1 2, 2, 2, 342,1 347,6 366,2 35, 366, 27, 15, 31, 18, 24, 356,3 356, 385, 38, 39, 13, 15,5 15,5 13,9 14,6 13,4 14, 397,5 316,5 383,3 49,9 425, 11,6 9,1 14, 13, 15, 24,6 22,5 23,6 22, 23, ,1 14,6 8,5 12,5 8,4 13,7 11,4 12, 11, 11,5 4,7 43,1 47, 33,7 35,5 1, ,3 1,2 For Processing 13, 13, 13, 15,5 15,5 15,5 15,5 15,5 15,5 13,9 13,9 13,9 14,6 14,6 14,6 13,4 13,4 13,4 14, 14, 14, 587,5 45, 131, 2,5 587,5 496,5 425,2 65, 2,3 496,5 568,3 492,3 67,6 1,4 568,3 544,9 499,8 4, 1 544,9 566, 511,2 43, 8 566, 11,6 11,6 11,6 9,1 9,1 9,1 14, 14, 14, 13, 13, 13, 15, 15, 15, 27,8 24,7 3,1 27,8 24,6 22,6 2, 24,6 25,6 23,3 2,3 25,6 24, 21,3 2,7 24, 25, 22, 3, 25, 342,3 48,3 128, 166, 342,3 347,8 45,2 122, 18,6 347,8 366,4 48,5 131,5 186,4 366,4 35,2 48,1 12, 182,1 35,2 366,2 68,2 126, 172, 366,2 34,1 33,2 9 34,1 29,6 29,5 1 29,6 39,5 39,1 4 39,5 3,5 3,4 1 3,5 32,4 32,2 2 32,4 13,7 13,7 13,7 11,4 11,4 11,4 12, 12, 12, 11, 11, 11, 11,5 11,5 11,5 4,7 4,7 4,7 43,1 43,1 43,1 47, 47, 47, 33,7 33,7 33,7 35,5 35,5 35,5 357,4 338,8 1, 8,6 357,4 356,7 33,7 1, 16, 356,7 385,7 354,1 1, 21,6 385,7 381,3 345,7 1, 25,6 381,3 391,2 361,2 1, 2, 391,2

20 Pear Production, Supply, and (Continued) United Arab Emirates 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 United States 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Venezuela 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 Vietnam 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 211/12 79, , ,16 737,94 852,854 13,8 17,6 22,1 21,9 2, 85,838 83,98 62,745 78,725 65, 19,1 1,6 4,3 9 3,5 64,3 81, 17,9 83,2 85, For Processing 13,8 13,8 13,8 17,6 17,6 17,6 22,1 22,1 22,1 21,9 21,9 21,9 2, 2, 2, 876, ,991 29, , , , ,695 29,34 15, , , , , ,57 929, ,629 49, ,799 15, , , ,69 318, , 917,854 19,1 19,1 19,1 1,6 1,6 1,6 4,3 4,3 4, ,5 3,5 3,5 64,3 64,3 64,3 81, 81, 81, 17,9 17,9 17,9 83,2 83,2 83,2 85, 85, 85, World World 27/8 18,98,929 1,596,938 2,55,867 16,74,991 2,12,113 1,656,63 2,55,867 28/9 19,218,235 1,569,28 2,787,443 17,77,695 2,84,64 1,621,144 2,787,443 29/1 2,289,76 1,65,245 21,894,951 17,955,47 2,225,447 1,77,457 21,894,951 21/11 2,633,14 1,675,925 22,39,29 18,491,565 2,64,899 1,747,565 22,39,29 211/12 21,61,54 1,632,425 23,242,479 19,212,294 2,243,285 1,775,9 23,242,479 Note: Northern Hemisphere countries are on a July-June marketing year. Southern Hemisphere countries are on a calendar year indicated as the second year of the split year. Imports and exports will not equal due to statistical discrepancies.

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