List of countries by cucumber production

This is a list of countries by cucumber production in 2016, based on data from the Food and Agriculture Organization Corporate Statistical Database.[1][n 1] The total world production for cucumbers in 2016 was 80,616,692 metric tonnes. China was by far the largest producer, accounting for nearly 77% of the world total at 61,899,582 tonnes. Dependent territories are shown in italics.

Production by country

>500,000 tonnes

RankCountry/RegionCucumber production (tonnes)
1 China61,899,582
2 Russia1,992,968
3 Turkey1,811,681
4 Iran1,707,190
5 Ukraine948,900
6 Uzbekistan933,310
7 Mexico886,270
8 United States802,220
9 Spain770,704
10 Japan550,300
11 Poland538,057
12 Egypt519,858

100,000–500,000 tonnes

RankCountry/RegionCucumber production (tonnes)
13 Indonesia430,218
14 Kazakhstan404,028
15 Netherlands370,000
16 Cameroon282,773
17 Jordan280,157
18 Germany260,915
19 South Korea254,590
20 Sudan248,800
21 Belarus248,690
22 Azerbaijan217,843
23 Saudi Arabia204,845
24 Romania186,471
25 Thailand179,600
26 Palestine167,189
27 India164,692
28 Greece164,268
29 Tajikistan161,390
30 Algeria139,587
31 France137,151
32 Cuba132,219
33 Lebanon127,850
34 Kyrgyzstan117,131
35 Syria111,407
36 Israel106,706

50,000–100,000 tonnes

RankCountry/RegionCucumber production (tonnes)
37 Malaysia97,621
38 Albania94,279
39 Iraq91,487
40 Armenia84,869
41 Kuwait76,884
42 Tunisia71,632
43 Honduras69,141
44 Bulgaria66,653
45 North Korea66,205
46 Mali65,211
47 Canada63,042
48 Bangladesh63,029
49 Italy59,903
50 Pakistan56,204
51 Serbia55,059
52 Peru53,297
53 Macedonia53,265
54 United Kingdom52,965

10,000–50,000 tonnes

RankCountry/RegionCucumber production (tonnes)
55 Finland49,450
56 Taiwan47,658
57 Austria47,450
58 Morocco42,383
59 Sweden42,150
60 Bosnia and Herzegovina41,691
61 Sri Lanka40,258
62 Turkmenistan36,768
63 Chile33,971
64 Colombia30,789
65 Hungary29,935
66 South Africa27,797
67 United Arab Emirates27,324
68 Belgium23,580
69 Côte d'Ivoire21,216
70 Czech Republic21,006
71 Denmark19,960
72 Jamaica19,006
73 Georgia18,700
74 Australia17,822
75 Norway17,449
76 Moldova17,273
77 Lithuania16,728
78 Yemen16,363
79 Venezuela15,856
80 Dominican Republic15,237
81  Switzerland14,951
82 Philippines13,143
83 Libya12,302
84 Cyprus11,205

1,000–10,000 tonnes

RankCountry/RegionCucumber production (tonnes)
85 Portugal9,962
86 Latvia8,471
87 Estonia8,439
88 Martinique7,972
89 Croatia7,847
90 Mauritius6,969
91 Guadeloupe6,384
92 Slovenia6,219
93 El Salvador5,817
94 Slovakia5,283
95 Bolivia4,884
96 Oman4,652
97 Ecuador4,512
98 Mongolia3,734
99 Panama2,832
100 Guyana2,479
101 Brunei2,133
102 Iceland1,868
103 Cape Verde1,863
104 Hong Kong1,850
105 Ethiopia1,695
106 Suriname1,687
107 Costa Rica1,628
108 Ireland1,600
109 Dominica1,501
110 Puerto Rico1,303
111 Kenya1,244
112 Fiji1,164
113 Trinidad and Tobago1,157
114 French Guiana1,139
115 Timor-Leste1,103

<1,000 tonnes

RankCountry/RegionCucumber production (tonnes)
116 Saint Lucia913
117 Malta893
118 Barbados765
119 French Polynesia637
120 Madagascar612
121 Bahrain496
122 Niger439
123 New Zealand434
124 Guam407
125 Belize400
126 American Samoa380
127 Democratic Republic of the Congo341
128 Zimbabwe198
129 Grenada160
130 Ghana146
131 Saint Kitts and Nevis122
132 Montserrat68
133 Qatar64
134 Luxembourg48
135 Antigua and Barbuda46
136 Djibouti7

Notes

  1. Gherkins are included as they are a variety of cucumber.

References

  1. "Crops". FAOSTAT. Retrieved 2018-08-25. Countries - Select All; Regions - World + (Total); Elements - Production Quantity; Items - Cucumbers and gherkins; Years - 2016
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