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This is how much rice is produced around the world - and the countries that grow the most

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About 85% of the world's rice production comes from just 10 countries. Image: Unsplash/Pierre Bamin

Omri Wallach
Reporter, Visual Capitalist
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Brazil is the tenth biggest producer of rice Image: Visual Capitalist/FAOSTAT,USDA


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Over 700 million tonnes of rice was produced in 2019 Image: Visual Capitalist
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