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

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1 Million MT United States Department of Agriculture Foreign Agricultural Service December 21 Fresh Deciduous Fruit (Apples, Grapes, & Pears): World Markets and Trade 21/11 Forecast: World Apple Trade Declines; Pears & Grapes Nearly Unchanged 6 Apples 4 2 Pears Grapes 28/9 29/1 21/11 APPLES, GRAPES, & PEARS: 21/11 FORECAST OVERVIEW Global apple exports are forecast down 7 percent from last year s record level to 4.9 million metric tons (MT) as a result of lower exportable supplies, higher prices, and reduced import demand. Global production is forecast at 59.2 million MT, down by 6 percent from last year s record level, due to adverse weather in most major Northern Hemisphere producing countries. World pear exports are forecast at 1.6 million MT, down 3 percent from last year s record level, on smaller exportable supplies, lower overall quality, higher prices, and weaker import demand by major Northern Hemisphere buyers. Global production is forecast at 18.6 million MT in 21/11, down by 8 percent from last year s record level, resulting from poor weather conditions in most major Northern Hemisphere producing countries. Global grape exports are forecast at a record 2.3 million MT, up 4 percent from the previous year on expanded supplies and strong import demand. Global fresh-market production is forecast up 2 percent at a record 15.8 million MT. Good growing conditions and expanded acreage in China, which accounts for almost 4 percent of production, is expected to boost world production and offset declines in Turkey and the European Union (EU). Approved by the World Agricultural Outlook Board/USDA

2 Million MT Million MT Page 2 APPLES China Accounts for Majority of Growth in World Apple Production in Just Three Years 7 China, EU, & U.S. Dominate World Apple 6 5 China 22% Others U.S. EU China Others 41% EU 22% 1 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 US 15% Highlights 4.9 million MT (21/11) China continues to dominate as the world s largest producer and exporter, accounting for half of global production and 25 percent of exports. Its share of global production has grown over the last five years, due mainly to increased plantings coming into line and government programs aimed at expanding production in western provinces. As a result, production reached record levels last year. However, production is forecast down 5 percent to 3 million MT due to poor weather. Smaller supplies, rising labor and production costs, food inflation, and rising domestic demand are expected to push up domestic prices and weaken exports, which are forecast down 1 percent to 1.1 million MT. Price escalation may dampen exports to price sensitive markets, such as Russia and neighboring Asian countries. The EU is the second largest producer, accounting for 2 percent, and is expected to produce 1 percent less at 11.1 million MT due to unfavorable weather in major producing countries. are forecast down 12 percent to 1.1 million MT as a result of smaller exportable supplies. Imports, which are primarily supplied in the off-season by Southern Hemisphere producers, are forecast up 25 percent to 74, MT on strong domestic demand for off-season fruit. The United States is the third largest producer and exporter. Production is forecast at 4.2 million MT, 4 percent less than the previous year, due to adverse weather conditions in eastern and central states. are forecast down 2 percent to 75, MT on reduced exportable supplies and higher prices. Export prospects to Mexico, our largest market, had improved as a result of lower Majority of Fresh Deciduous Fruit Trade Occurs During Northern Hemisphere Countries Off-Seasons 1,2 6 N. Hemisphere S. Hemisphere Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Note: Apples, grapes, and pears only. Based on 5-year monthly average. December 21

3 Million MT 1, MT Page 3 domestic production and the elimination of the 47 percent antidumping duty in spring 21. However, in August, Mexico imposed a 2 percent retaliatory tariff over a trucking dispute, which could constrain future sales. Chile is the largest Southern Hemisphere exporter, accounting for 15 percent of world exports and 2 percent of production. Production is primarily export-oriented, with the majority shipped to Northern Hemisphere markets. Despite shipping delays caused by adverse weather and the earthquake, U.S. Apple Forecast Down on Reduced Exportable Supplies production and exports in calendar year 21 expanded due to strong demand by the United States and the EU. However, reported frosts are expected to limit production and exports in the upcoming season. 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Others Asia N. America Forecast PEARS Highlights China is the world s largest producer and exporter, with a 7 percent share of production and almost 3 percent share of exports. Production is forecast 1 percent lower than last year s record level to 13 million MT due to adverse weather conditions. are also forecast to drop 1 percent to 43, MT on reduced exportable supplies, lower quality, higher prices, and less demand from major buyers in Southeast Asia and Russia. The EU, with 13 percent of global China Dominates Global Fresh Pear Production /7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 production, is expected to produce 2.3 million MT, down 15 percent, due to unfavorable weather in major producing countries. are forecast down almost 2 percent to 258, MT due primarily to smaller supplies and lower expected demand by Russia, which accounts for almost 7 percent of its exports. In October, China opened its market to selected Belgian exporters but others are expected to be approved. The EU is also a major importer. With reduced domestic supplies and strong demand, imports are forecast up 3 percent to 363, MT. Others EU China December 21

4 Million MT Page 4 Argentina is the third largest producer, with production forecast to surge 2 percent to 79, MT due to higher yields, while exports are forecast up 15 percent to 46, MT on strong expected demand by major markets, including the EU and Brazil. If realized, it will surpass China as the largest exporter. The United States is the 4 th largest producer and fifth largest exporter. Production is forecast at almost 776, MT, 1 percent lower than last year s record. As a result, exports are forecast down almost 1 percent to 15, MT. Mexico s 2 percent tariff related to the trucking dispute will continue to dampen U.S. exports. GRAPES Highlights China Gains World Grape Production Shares China is the largest supplier, accounting for almost 4 percent of global production, and its production and shares have been growing over the past five years. In contrast, it is a relatively small exporter, accounting for only 5 percent, but its share has been growing over the past few years. The EU is the third largest producer, accounting for 12 percent of global production, and the second largest importer, with a 27 percent share. As a result of lower production and growing demand for off-season grapes, EU imports are forecast up 4 percent to 59, MT. Mexican imports are forecast to rebound by more than half to 6, MT, though still well below previous years, due to strong demand for Chilean and U.S. grapes. In August, Mexico reduced the retaliatory tariff on U.S. grapes from 45 percent to 2 percent. U.S. exports are forecast to remain virtually unchanged at 3, MT due to slightly lower exportable supplies and higher prices. Weak demand by Canada, our largest market, is expected to offset strong demand by Hong Kong, Indonesia, and other smaller markets. Although Chile accounts for less than 1 percent of global production, it is the world s largest exporter, with a 35 percent market share. With strong off-season demand by Northern Hemisphere consumers, production and Chile & U.S Account for About Half of Global Grape Others 37% EU 15% Turkey 15% China 33% 13.9 million MT (26/7) Others 35% EU 12% Turkey 14% 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 China 39% 15.8 million MT (21/11) Others U.S. Chile December 21

5 Page 5 exports are forecast to recover to normal levels after last year s shipping delays caused by adverse weather and the earthquake. For more information, contact Shari Kosco at or You may also visit our commodity pages at PSD Online Users can find the release schedule and generate the full USDA Production, Supply and (PSD) dataset for reporting countries by accessing the following link: December 21

6 Apples: Production, Supply, and in Selected Countries (Working Statistics) Selected Apple Countries Algeria 26/7 79,16 79,16 79,16 79,16 27/8 99,136 99,136 99,136 99,136 28/9 112, , , ,723 29/1 113, , , ,238 21/11 18, 18, 18, 18, Argentina 26/7 1,47, 25 1,47,25 133, ,25 1,47,25 27/8 98, 75 98,75 394,93 235,82 98,75 28/9 933, 1, , ,18 27, ,375 29/1 83, 1,4 831,4 27,4 18, 831,4 21/11 99, 1, 991, 31, 21, 991, Australia 26/7 27, 27, 222,84 4,66 27, 27/8 265, 265, 229,7 3,8 265, 28/9 295, 295, 259,787 4, , 29/1 28, 28, 235,2 4,3 28, 21/11 275, 275, 239,8 4,2 275, Azerbaijan 26/7 178,35 12,57 19,47 136,696 53,711 19,47 27/8 187, 2, ,312 11,857 87, ,312 28/9 25,21 5,824 21,845 94, ,853 21,845 29/1 24,237 23,84 228,77 144,295 83, ,77 21/11 24, 6, 21, 13, 8, 21, Bangladesh 26/7 67, 67, 67, 67, 27/8 75, 75, 75, 75, 28/9 11, 11, 11, 11, 29/1 139, 139, 139, 139, 21/11 98, 98, 98, 98, Belarus 26/7 4, 51, 451, 451, 451, 27/8 3, 27,18 327,18 327,18 327,18 28/9 24, 44, , , ,154 29/1 25, 39, , , ,883 21/11 15, 35, 185, 185, 185, Brazil 26/7 993, 68,58 1,61,58 949,48 112,1 1,61,58 27/8 1,121,29 55,5 1,176,34 897, ,25 1,176,34 28/9 1,22,499 61,343 1,281, ,999 98,265 1,281,842 29/1 1,257,114 7, 1,327,114 1,51,25 9, 1,327,114 21/11 1,25, 6, 1,31, 1,45, 8, 1,31, Canada 26/7 42, , ,89 391,42 37, ,89 27/8 446, , , ,46 49, ,991 28/9 426, ,393 6, ,138 3,373 6,251 29/1 413,96 184, , ,768 21, ,224 21/11 45, 183, 588, 428, 2, 588, Chile 26/7 1,25, 2 1,25,2 145,55 774,65 1,25,2 27/8 1,35, 8 1,35,8 149,8 775,91 1,35,8 28/9 1,28, 146 1,28, ,59 678,637 1,28,146 29/1 1,37, 15 1,37,15 221,15 79, 1,37,15 21/11 1,315, 14 1,315,14 187,14 71, 1,315,14 December 21

7 Apples: Production, Supply, and in Selected Countries (Working Statistics) (Continued) China 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Colombia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Costa Rica 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Croatia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Ecuador 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 EU-27 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Guatemala 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Honduras 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Hong Kong 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 India 26/7 26,59,298 24,8, 29,8, 31,68,788 3,, 2,891 1,5 1,13 1,1 1,5 48, 4, 48, 75, 55, 11,133,945 1,294,98 12,655,34 12,21,516 11,114,32 22,122 22,226 22,448 22,4 22,35 1,756, 33,671 39,781 48,487 61,315 62, 68,97 62,522 71,93 8, 65, 15,441 14,444 12,839 14,22 13, 14,886 15,381 14,87 9,788 11, 42,83 44,347 41,67 52, 45, 888, ,62 78, ,693 74, 13,428 12,233 12,1 11,914 12, 13,429 1,6 9,96 1,35 1, 8, 98,7 12,7 123, , 64,662 26,92,969 18,122,421 97,548 26,92,969 24,839,781 16,58,319 1,21,462 24,839,781 29,848,487 23,875,228 1,173,259 29,848,487 31,742,13 24,94,85 1,21,253 31,742,13 3,62, 24,182, 1,8, 3,62, 7,988 7,988 7,988 63,572 63,572 63,572 73,33 73,33 73,33 81,1 81,1 81,1 66,5 66,5 66,5 15,441 15,441 15,441 14,444 14,444 14,444 12,839 12,839 12,839 14,22 14,22 14,22 13, 13, 13, 62,886 57,522 5,364 62,886 55,381 36,11 19,271 55,381 62,87 53,276 8,811 62,87 84,788 73,24 11,548 84,788 66, 56, 1, 66, 42,83 42,83 42,83 44,347 44,347 44,347 41,67 41,67 41,67 52, 52, 52, 45, 45, 45, 12,22,86 7,69,391 96,92 12,22,86 11,177,582 7,996,721 75,85 11,177,582 13,435,422 8,295,718 1,22,521 13,435,422 12,84,29 8,197,755 1,216,934 12,84,29 11,854,32 8,57,32 1,7, 11,854,32 35,55 32,439 3,111 35,55 34,459 31,961 2,498 34,459 34,548 32,815 1,733 34,548 34,314 34, ,314 34,35 34,3 5 34,35 13,429 13,429 13,429 1,6 1,6 1,6 9,96 9,96 9,96 1,35 1,35 1,35 1, 1, 1, 8, 8, 8, 98,7 98,7 98,7 12,7 12,7 12,7 123, , , , 117, 117, 1,82,662 1,82, ,82,662 December 21

8 Apples: Production, Supply, and in Selected Countries (Working Statistics) (Continued) 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Indonesia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Japan 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Kazakhstan 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Kyrgyzstan 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Libya 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Malaysia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Mexico 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 New Zealand 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Norway 26/7 27/8 28/9 2,1, 1,985, 1,935, 1,936, 831,8 84,1 91,7 892, 81, 21, 11, 95, 112, 95, 12, 12, 12, 12, 11, 51, 55, 511, ,492 54, 425, 436, 457,364 42, , 15, 15, 17, 59,86 73, ,158 11, 13, , , , 157, ,5 8, ,94 144,731 14, 47, 46, 21,5 35, 28, 22,5 24,7 33,2 31,8 31, 88,684 89,644 94,93 99, 95, 198, , , ,214 2, 1,424 1,645 1,658 1,355 1,5 49,9 56,4 5,5 2,6,86 2,6, ,6,86 2,58,599 2,58, ,58,599 2,57,158 2,57, ,57,158 2,46, 2,45,99 1 2,46, 13,152 13,152 13, , , , , , , , 145, 145, 157, 157, 157, 831,8 673,33 23, ,8 84,11 679,757 25,344 84,11 91, ,532 22,24 91, ,63 733,66 23, ,63 81,5 652,22 23,28 81,5 73,5 53,4 2,1 73,5 181, ,659 5, , ,94 227,847 2,57 229,94 256, ,377 1, , , 197,6 1,4 199, 59, 47, 12, 59, 58, 49, 9, 58, 33,5 23,5 1, 33,5 47, 42,5 4,5 47, 39, 34, 5, 39, 22,5 22,5 22,5 24,7 24,7 24,7 33,2 33,2 33,2 31,8 31,8 31,8 31, 31, 31, 88,684 88,684 88,684 89,644 89,644 89,644 94,93 94,93 94,93 99, 99, 99, 95, 95, 95, 78,579 68, ,579 71, , , , , , ,76 677, ,76 74, 644, , 426,424 54,11 292, , ,645 51,615 26,83 437, ,22 59,8 33,3 459,22 422, 6, 257, 422, 472,5 6, 287,5 472,5 64,9 47,9 64,9 71,4 54,4 71,4 67,5 5,5 67,5 December 21

9 Apples: Production, Supply, and in Selected Countries (Working Statistics) (Continued) Peru 29/1 21/11 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Philippines 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Russia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Saudi Arabia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Serbia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Singapore 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 South Africa 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Sri Lanka 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Taiwan 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 14, 13, 1,25, 1,3, 1,115, 1,23, 1,, 18, 119, 17, 117, 12, 7,3 7,3 7,2 7,3 7,2 71, ,699 88,916 75, 8, 5,93 5,953 4,163 3,76 4,3 53,184 52, 26, 28,4 39,97 42, 41, 69,7 74,2 74,62 71,632 73, 98, 939,946 1,146,99 1,12,5 1,14, 135, 13, 126, 155, 13, 14,63 22,124 19,665 9,615 16, 45,878 45,411 46,219 47,352 46, ,7 17,1 18,2 71,632 19, 12, 134, , , , 67,184 67,184 67,184 65, 65, 65, 26, 26, 26, 28,4 28,4 28,4 39,97 39,97 39,97 42, 42, 42, 41, 41, 41, 69,7 69,7 69,7 74,2 74,2 74,2 74,62 74,62 74,62 71,632 71,632 71,632 73, 73, 73, 2,158, 1,55,27 2,73 2,158, 2,239,946 1,365,122 3,824 2,239,946 2,261,99 1,352,222 2,687 2,261,99 2,35,5 1,434,929 4,621 2,35,5 2,14, 1,315, 4,5 2,14, 135, 135, 135, 13, 13, 13, 126, 126, 126, 155, 155, 155, 13, 13, 13, 122,63 82,35 39, ,63 141,124 58,56 82, , ,665 11,73 15, , ,615 56,774 69, , , 92, 44, 136, 53,178 45,763 7,415 53,178 52,711 45,63 7,18 52,711 53,419 47,954 5,465 53,419 54,652 48,3 6,352 54,652 53,2 47,2 6, 53,2 71, , ,758 71, , , , ,794 89,151 28, ,971 89,151 75,2 193,78 37,492 75,2 8,18 25,18 325, 8,18 18,7 18,7 18,7 17,1 17,1 17,1 18,2 18,2 18,2 71,632 71,632 71,632 19, 19, 19, 125,93 125,93 125,93 14,347 14,347 14, ,62 133,62 133,62 13,911 13,911 13, ,3 126,3 126,3 December 21

10 Apples: Production, Supply, and in Selected Countries (Working Statistics) (Continued) Thailand 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Turkey 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Ukraine 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 United Arab Emirates 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 United States 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Uruguay 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Venezuela 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Vietnam 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Selected Apple Countries 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 2,, 2,458, 2,6, 2,75, 2,5, 536,5 77, 719, 853, 896, 4,413,59 4,12,967 4,327,18 4,43,565 4,219,541 7,3 5,628 2,5 2,4 2,3 54,416,97 53,172,557 6,87,244 62,658,413 59,27,16 98, 87,5 12,9 13, , 5,879 2,99 3,433 2,849 2, 177, ,93 265, , , 115, 12, 155, 168, 13, 194,71 172, ,4 182, , ,6 49,8 34,4 35, 23, 67, 7, 154, 166, , 4,321,853 4,311,814 4,93,572 4,97,927 4,742,97 98, 98, 98, 87,5 87,5 87,5 12,9 12,9 12,9 13,888 13,888 13, , 119, 119, 2,5,879 1,896,999 8,88 2,5,879 2,46,99 2,345,58 15,482 2,46,99 2,63,433 2,479,273 24,16 2,63,433 2,752,849 2,559,324 93,525 2,752,849 2,52, 2,317, 85, 2,52, 713,989 79,63 4, , ,93 79,918 27, ,93 984, ,539 41, ,298 1,117,717 1,23,724 93,993 1,117,717 1,111, 1,21, 9, 1,111, 115, 115, 115, 12, 12, 12, 155, 155, 155, 168, 168, 168, 13, 13, 13, 4,67,661 2,417, ,341 4,67,661 4,275,854 2,256, ,176 4,275,854 4,492,184 2,29,72 81,755 4,492,184 4,585,824 2,318, ,49 4,585,824 4,48,541 2,237,431 75, 4,48,541 7,39 9 7,3 7,39 5, ,628 5,841 2, ,5 2,751 2,5 1 2,4 2,5 2,4 1 2,3 2,4 44,6 44,6 44,6 49,8 49,8 49,8 34,4 34,4 34,4 35, 35, 35, 23, 23, 23, 67, 67, 67, 7, 7, 7, 154, 154, 154, 166, , , , 133, 133, 58,738,823 39,35,619 4,596,688 58,738,823 57,484,371 38,687,462 4,533,63 57,484,371 65,71,816 47,437,887 5,92,188 65,71,816 67,629,34 49,21,942 5,233,4 67,629,34 63,949,986 47,314,128 4,888,248 63,949,986 December 21

11 Apples: Production, Supply, and in Selected Countries (Working Statistics) (Continued) 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. December 21

12 Grapes, Fresh: Production, Supply, and in Selected Countries (Working Statistics) Selected Grape Countries Argentina 26/7 15, 1,7 16,7 47,195 58,812 16,7 27/8 145, 1, ,736 77,18 69, ,736 28/9 12, 1, ,536 75,271 46, ,536 29/1 14, ,437 85,437 55, 14,437 21/11 145, 5 145,5 85,5 6, 145,5 Australia 26/7 1, 12,3 112,3 71,847 4, ,3 27/8 99, 11,219 11,219 69,434 4,785 11,219 28/9 95, 12,422 17,422 36,263 71,159 17,422 29/1 9, 3, 93, 63, 3, 93, 21/11 93, 3, 96, 51, 45, 96, Brazil 26/7 1,341,86 15,5 1,357,36 1,278,225 79,81 1,357,36 27/8 1,367,763 12,565 1,38,328 1,298,86 82,242 1,38,328 28/9 1,31,189 18,665 1,328,854 1,274,294 54,56 1,328,854 29/1 1,3, 24, 1,324, 1,272, 52, 1,324, 21/11 1,3, 18, 1,318, 1,266, 52, 1,318, Canada 26/7 4, , ,28 179,15 4, ,28 27/8 4,72 191, , ,243 4, ,519 28/9 3, ,955 19, ,452 2,935 19,387 29/ ,61 187,48 184,198 2,85 187,48 21/11 3, 19, 193, 19,5 2,5 193, Chile 26/7 91, , , ,45 91,226 27/8 1,185, 264 1,185, ,44 836,86 1,185,264 28/9 1,25, 292 1,25, ,92 85,39 1,25,292 29/1 1,15, 195 1,15,195 35,195 8, 1,15,195 21/11 1,171, 2 1,171,2 361,2 81, 1,171,2 China 26/7 4,647, 47, 4,694, 4,658,44 35,56 4,694, 27/8 4,646,814 46,5 4,693,314 4,639,14 54,3 4,693,314 28/9 4,953, 8,1 5,33,1 4,969,9 63,2 5,33,1 29/1 5,674,612 78,169 5,752,781 5,65,74 12,41 5,752,781 21/11 6,2, 75, 6,275, 6,165, 11, 6,275, EU-27 26/7 2,13,8 617,579 2,721,379 2,584,15 137,274 2,721,379 27/8 1,977, 644,449 2,621,449 2,485, ,24 2,621,449 28/9 1,988,36 64,181 2,628,541 2,466, ,55 2,628,541 29/1 2,5, ,359 2,571,145 2,456,87 114,275 2,571,145 21/11 1,892,782 59, 2,482,782 2,362,782 12, 2,482,782 Hong Kong 26/7 6, 84,7 144,7 95,7 49, 144,7 27/8 6, 81, 141, 91,5 49,5 141, 28/9 7, 121,57 191,57 18,85 82,72 191,57 29/1 8, 114, , ,921 81, ,635 21/11 8, 15, 185, 18, 77, 185, India 26/7 1,, 2,78 1,2,78 928,916 73,162 1,2,78 27/8 1,5, 3,21 1,8,21 889,63 118,391 1,8,21 28/9 1,5,5 2,49 1,7,99 898,658 19,332 1,7,99 29/1 1,6, 2,576 1,8, , ,778 1,8,576 21/11 1,6, 2,5 1,8,5 879,5 129, 1,8,5 December 21

13 Grapes, Fresh: Production, Supply, and in Selected Countries (Working Statistics) (Continued) Indonesia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Japan 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Korea, South 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Mexico 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 New Zealand 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Russia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 South Africa 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Turkey 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Ukraine 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 United States 26/7 185,5 184,1 176, 177,2 177, , , ,7 192, , 26, 4, 28, 32, 29,5 288, 263, 272, 265, 265, 2,1, 1,92, 1,97, 2,25, 2,15, 25, 3, 31, 33, 32, 723,561 26,26 27,125 27,852 34,775 32, 8,485 7,145 6,83 8,438 9, 25,63 33,467 29,12 3,656 31, 76,56 72, 78,8 38,64 6, 11,257 1,962 9,488 9,8 9,9 335,811 47,91 397,6 388, 4, 1,636 1,51 1,981 1,2 1, ,812 66,46 57,69 3,323 4, 586,25 26,26 26,26 26,26 27,125 27,125 27,125 27,852 27,852 27,852 34,775 34,775 34,775 32, 32, 32, 193, , , ,245 19, , ,83 182, ,83 185, , , ,2 185, ,2 26,33 26, ,33 34,167 33, ,167 29,92 29, ,92 31,456 3, ,456 31,8 31,4 4 31,8 225, , ,29 225, , , ,9 338,317 26,87 14,36 156,51 26,87 231,39 14,49 126,9 231,39 254, 85, 169, 254, 11,257 11,257 11,257 1,962 1,962 1,962 9,488 9,488 9,488 9,8 9,8 9,8 9,9 9,9 9,9 361, , , ,91 446, ,91 425,6 422, ,6 42, 417,5 5 42, 429,5 426,5 1, 429,5 289,636 2, ,88 289, ,51 1, , ,51 273,981 2, , , ,2 6,2 26, 266,2 266,2 6,2 26, 266,2 2,1,491 1,949,991 15,5 2,1,491 1,92,389 1,749,393 17,996 1,92,389 1,97,391 1,768,197 22,194 1,97,391 2,25,664 2,62, ,947 2,25,664 2,15,1 1,95,1 2, 2,15,1 37,812 37, , ,46 365, ,46 367,69 366, ,69 36,323 36, ,323 36, 359, , 1,39,586 1,35, ,113 1,39,586 December 21

14 Grapes, Fresh: Production, Supply, and in Selected Countries (Working Statistics) (Continued) 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Selected Grape Countries 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 834,99 893, , ,67 13,985,349 14,298,675 14,583,19 15,51,361 15,845, ,3 625, ,284 61, 2,88,916 2,188,46 2,298,958 2,75,761 2,177,4 1,44,29 1,13,295 3,914 1,44,29 1,519,374 1,183, ,43 1,519,374 1,41,14 1,19,794 3,346 1,41,14 1,428,67 1,128,67 3, 1,428,67 16,74,265 13,995,588 2,78,677 16,74,265 16,486,721 14,18,846 2,34,875 16,486,721 16,882,67 14,47,215 2,49,852 16,882,67 17,577,122 15,33,618 2,244,54 17,577,122 18,23,289 15,684,839 2,336,45 18,23,289 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. December 21

15 Pears: Production, Supply, and in Selected Countries (Working Statistics) Selected Pear Countries Argentina 26/7 73, 82 73,82 15, ,711 73,82 27/8 72, 45 72,45 79, ,11 72,45 28/9 78, 4 78,4 85, ,176 78,4 29/1 65, 5 65,5 55, 4, 65,5 21/11 79, 2 79,2 9,2 46, 79,2 Australia 26/7 135, 3,72 138,72 87,285 3, ,72 27/8 127,557 2,35 129,862 86,127 5, ,862 28/9 125, 2, ,565 86,155 6,41 127,565 29/1 15, 3, 18, 71,8 5,2 18, 21/11 1, 3, 13, 68, 5, 13, Brazil 26/7 18,2 137, 155,2 155, ,2 27/8 18,3 139, , , ,188 28/9 18,2 161,964 18,164 18,164 18,164 29/1 18,3 195, 213,3 213,3 213,3 21/11 18,2 15, 168,2 168,2 168,2 Canada 26/7 13,977 76,497 9,474 83, ,474 27/8 11,866 77,239 89,15 84, ,15 28/9 9,564 67,848 77,412 77, ,412 29/1 8,4 71,724 8,124 79, ,124 21/11 7,5 72, 79,5 79, ,5 Chile 26/7 252, ,24 74, 119, ,24 27/8 272, ,32 75, , ,32 28/9 28, 28, 81,532 13,38 28, 29/1 262, ,22 82,56 115, 262,22 21/11 25,8 2 25,82 8, 11, 25,82 China 26/7 11,986, 16 11,986,16 1,772, ,89 11,986,16 27/8 12,895, 14 12,895,14 11,521, ,268 12,895,14 28/9 13,538, ,538,151 12,62, ,558 13,538,151 29/1 14,262, ,262,992 12,69,97 469,985 14,262,992 21/11 13,, 1 13,,1 11,45,1 43, 13,,1 Colombia 26/7 16,52 16,52 16,52 16,52 27/8 14,445 14,445 14,445 14,445 28/9 19,549 19,549 19,549 19,549 29/1 22, 22, 22, 22, 21/11 2, 2, 2, 2, EU-27 26/7 2,724, ,25 3,72,18 2,544,227 29,53 3,72,18 27/8 2,784, ,63 3,135,74 2,549, ,526 3,135,74 28/9 2,379,3 393,569 2,772,869 2,329, ,311 2,772,869 29/1 2,753,66 272,668 3,26,328 2,389,51 311,758 3,26,328 21/11 2,348,35 363, 2,711,35 2,289, , 2,711,35 Hong Kong 26/7 3, 35,15 38,15 32,836 5,179 38,15 27/8 5,2 29,558 34,758 31,757 3,1 34,758 28/9 2,5 25,45 27,95 25,71 2,24 27,95 29/1 2,4 25,212 27,612 26, ,612 21/11 2,5 21, 23,5 22,7 8 23,5 December 21

16 Pears: Production, Supply, and in Selected Countries (Working Statistics) (Continued) Indonesia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Japan 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Malaysia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Mexico 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 New Zealand 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Norway 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Philippines 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Russia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Saudi Arabia 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Singapore 26/7 319,7 326,4 361,7 351,5 351,5 29,957 24,739 21,14 24,87 24,2 15,586 14,172 14,87 14,2 15,2 13, 19, 18, 185, 172, 2, 9,185 9,58 83,77 92, 91, , 49, 42, 4, 35, 85,1 89,215 78,152 84,262 81, 2,919 3,739 3,158 3,5 3,3 19,3 25,57 22,5 23, 2, 17,1 15,5 14, 15, 13, 376,24 397, , ,287 37, 12,4 12, 9, 14, 12, 25, 9,185 9,185 9,185 9,58 9,58 9,58 83,77 83,77 83,77 92, 92, 92, 91, 91, 91, 319, ,188 1, , ,59 324,83 2, ,59 361,781 36,11 1,47 361, , ,557 1, , , ,775 1,5 351,575 4, 4, 4, 49, 49, 49, 42, 42, 42, 4, 4, 4, 35, 35, 35, 115,57 113,57 115,57 113, , ,954 99,256 97, ,256 19,132 17, ,132 15,2 13, ,2 18,55 1,225 5,78 18,55 17,911 1,736 4,775 17,911 18,28 1,13 5,515 18,28 17,7 9,6 5,6 17,7 18,5 1,3 5,7 18,5 19,3 19,3 19,3 25,57 25,57 25,57 22,5 22,5 22,5 23, 23, 23, 2, 2, 2, 17,1 17,1 17,1 15,5 15,5 15,5 14, 14, 14, 15, 15, 15, 13, 13, 13, 56,24 411,417 1,823 56,24 587,487 45,13 2, , , ,152 2, , , ,32 1, , , 472, 1,5 542, 12,4 12,4 12,4 12, 12, 12, 9, 9, 9, 14, 14, 14, 12, 12, 12, 27, 26, 1, 27, December 21

17 Pears: Production, Supply, and in Selected Countries (Working Statistics) (Continued) 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 South Africa 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Thailand 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Turkey 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 United Arab Emirates 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 United States 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Venezuela 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Vietnam 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 Selected Pear Countries 26/7 27/8 28/9 29/1 21/11 3,2 2,1 2, 1,99 345, , , , 349, 317,75 356, , 385, 38, 753,974 79, , ,12 774,477 17,81,733 18,98,937 19,219,364 2,271,429 18,6,717 24,6 22,577 23,25 21, ,456 4,7 43, 46,791 45, ,2 14, 17, 22, 15, 17,437 85,838 83,98 62,735 8, 15,65 19,1 1,6 15, 13, 29,8 64,3 81, 17, 1, 1,53,763 1,592,696 1,565,263 1,65,54 1,582,725 27,8 24,7 3,1 27,8 24,677 22,677 2, 24,677 25,25 22,899 2,36 25,25 22,99 2,99 2, 22,99 345,731 35, ,74 345, ,331 48, , 342, ,821 45,214 18,67 347, ,19 42,87 185,32 348,19 349,15 44,15 185, 349,15 42,456 42,456 42,456 4,7 4,7 4,7 43, 43, 43, 46,791 46,791 46,791 45, 45, 45, 318,5 32,158 5, ,5 356, ,795 8, , ,15 323,39 22, ,15 385,15 352,892 22, ,15 38,15 35,15 2, 38,15 12,2 12,2 12,2 14, 14, 14, 17, 17, 17, 22, 22, 22, 15, 15, 15, 861, , ,87 861, ,78 425,4 161, ,78 872, ,78 15, , , , ,57 929, , ,616 15, 854,477 15,65 15,65 15,65 19,1 19,1 19,1 1,6 1,6 1,6 15, 15, 15, 13, 13, 13, 29,8 29,8 29,8 64,3 64,3 64,3 81, 81, 81, 17, 17, 17, 1, 1, 1, 19,332,496 15,863,78 1,594,616 19,332,496 2,51,633 16,736,735 1,656,194 2,51,633 2,784,627 17,67,774 1,628,139 2,784,627 21,876,969 17,943,943 1,685,866 21,876,969 2,183,442 16,45,448 1,629,68 2,183,442 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. December 21

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