Agriculture, Food and Beverage

These are the top 10 countries that produce the most wheat

A field of wheat in the east of Ukraine

Wheat is the third most-produced cereal worldwide, after rice and maize. Image: Unsplash/Polina Rytova

Kashish Rastogi
Data Scientist, Visual Capitalist
Carmen Ang
Writer, Visual Capitalist
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Global production of wheat from 2000 to 2020.
More than 80 different countries produce wheat. Image: Faostat

Top 10 wheat producing countries worldwide.
China has produced more than 2.4 billion tonnes of wheat over the last two decades. Image: Visual Capitalist

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