Global chestnut production has constantly been rising, growing from almost 650,000 tons in 1993 to over 2 million tons in 2013 according to FAOSTAT figures.
China produced almost 85% of the world’s chestnuts. Following China major producers of chestnuts are Turkey (around 60,000 tons in 2013, Italy (57,000 tons), South Korea (56,000 tons), Bolivia (54,000 tons), Greece (22,000 tons), Japan (19,000 tons), Portugal (18,000 tons), North Korea (11,000 tons), and Spain (10,000 tons).

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