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Top 10 Countries In Sugarcane Production In 2019

2019 SUGARCANE PRODUCTION TOP 10 TOP 10 COUNTRIES

Sugar is one of the most popular ingredients used in food and beverages all over the world. It’s no wonder, then, that sugarcane production is a booming industry. In 2019, there was a total of 1.66 billion metric tons of sugarcane produced worldwide. This list includes the top 10 countries that contributed to this grand total.

 

10. United States Of America

Total Sugarcane Produced by USA in 2019 was 28.97 Million Tonnes

Sugarcane is a tropical, perennial grass that is grown for its sweet, fibrous stalk. The plant is native to South Asia and has been cultivated in tropical regions around the world for centuries. Sugarcane production is an important economic activity in many countries, including the United States.

The United States is the world’s fifth-largest producer of sugarcane, with a crop of more than 1.7 million metric tons in 2019. Florida is the leading sugarcane-producing state in the country, accounting for about two-thirds of the national total. Other major sugarcane producing states include Louisiana, Hawaii, and Texas.

Sugarcane production in the United States has declined in recent years due to competition from other sugar-producing countries and declining demand for sugar in general. However, government programs and private investment have helped to support the industry and keep it afloat. In 2019, Congress approved $265 million in subsidies for sugarcane growers as part of the farm bill. And last year, a Florida-based company announced a $600 million investment in a new sugarcane processing facility in Louisiana.

These investments are helping to ensure that sugarcane production remains an important part of the American economy.

 

9. Indonesia

Total Sugarcane Produced by Indonesia in 2019 was 29.10 Million Tonnes

Sugarcane production in Indonesia is forecast to grow in 2019 as the country benefits from continued investment in the sector. Production is expected to reach 1.7 million metric tons, up from 1.6 million metric tons in 2018. The vast majority of sugarcane production takes place on the island of Java, where the crop is used to produce both sugar and ethanol.

Indonesia has been a major producer of sugarcane for centuries, and the crop remains an important part of the country’s economy. In recent years, the government has been working to attract investment and boost production levels in order to meet domestic demand. This has led to an increase in both planted area and yield per hectare.

In 2019, it is estimated that around 1.16 million hectares of land will be devoted to sugarcane cultivation, up from 1.15 million hectares in 2018. Yields are expected to remain steady at around 14 metric tons per hectare. The vast majority of sugarcane produced in Indonesia is used for sugar production, with only a small fraction being processed into ethanol.

 

8. Australia

Total Sugarcane Produced by Australia in 2019 was 32.41 Million Tonnes

In 2019, Australia produced 4.2 million tonnes of sugarcane, a decrease from the 4.5 million tonnes produced in 2018. The majority of sugarcane production in Australia occurs in the Wet Tropics region of North Queensland, where conditions are ideal for growing the crop. In 2019, sugarcane production was affected by a number of factors, including Cyclone Debbie, which caused damage to crops and infrastructure. Despite this, the industry is expected to recover and continue to grow in the future.

Sugarcane is an important crop for Australia, both economically and environmentally. The crop is used to produce sugar, molasses, ethanol and other products. It is also an important source of renewable energy. In 2019, the Australian government committed to increasing the use of renewable energy sources, including sugarcane-based biofuels. This will create new opportunities for the sugarcane industry and help to secure its future growth.

 

7. Colombia

Total Sugarcane Produced by Colombia in 2019 was 32.66 Million Tonnes

In 2019, sugarcane production in Colombia was estimated at 1.9 million metric tons, down from 2.1 million metric tons in 2018. This decrease was due to lower yields caused by unfavorable weather conditions. Despite the decrease, sugarcane production in Colombia hassugarcane production been on a generally upward trend over the past decade, reaching a peak of 2.3 million metric tons in 2016. The vast majority of Colombia’s sugarcane is grown in the departments of Antioquia and Córdoba.

Colombia is one of the world’s top producers of sugarcane, and the crop plays an important role in the country’s economy. Sugarcane is used to produce both refined sugar and biofuel ethanol. In recent years, Colombia has been working to increase its ethanol production capacity as a way to reduce its dependence on imported fossil fuels.

 

6. Mexic0

Total Sugarcane Produced by Mexico in 2019 was 59.33 Million Tonnes

Mexico is the sixth-largest producer of sugarcane in the world, with a production of 8.5 million metric tons in 2019. The country has a long history of sugarcane cultivation, with the first plants being brought to Mexico by the Spanish in the early 16th century. The crop quickly became an important part of the economy, and by the end of the century, there were over 100 sugar mills in operation in Mexico.

The Mexican government has taken steps in recent years to support the sugarcane industry, including increasing subsidies and investing in research and development. These efforts have paid off, with production increasing steadily since 2014.

 

5. Pakistan

Total Sugarcane Produced by Pakistan in 2019 was 66.37 Million Tonnes

Pakistan is the fifth largest sugarcane-producing country in the world. The country produced 14.4 million tonnes of sugarcane in 2019, an 8% increase from the previous year.

Pakistan’s sugarcane industry has been growing steadily in recent years. Production has increased by nearly 50% since 2010, due to higher demand from the food and beverage industry.

The majority of Pakistan’s sugarcane is grown in the Punjab province, which accounts for around 70% of total production. Other important producing regions include Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Pakistan is expected to continue to increase sugarcane production in the coming years, as demand remains strong from both domestic and export markets.

 

4. China

Total Sugarcane Produced by China in 2019 was 109.38 Million Tonnes

Sugarcane production in China has been on the rise in recent years. In 2019, the country produced over 15 million metric tons of sugarcane, up from just over 10 million metric tons in 2015. The vast majority of sugarcane production in China takes place in the southern province of Guangdong.

Guangdong is China’s leading sugar-producing province, with over 12 million metric tons of sugarcane harvested in 2019. This is followed by Hainan Province, which produced just under 2 million metric tons of sugarcane last year. Together, these two provinces account for more than 90% of China’s total sugarcane production.

The Chinese government has been supportive of the development of the country’s sugar industry and has invested heavily in both research and infrastructure. As a result, sugar production has increased steadily in recent years. In addition to increasing domestic production, China is also a major importer of sugar. In 2018, the country imported over 4 million metric tons of Sugar, mostly from Brazil.

 

3. Thailand

Total Sugarcane Produced by Thailand in 2019 was 131 Million Tonnes

Thailand is the world’s second-largest producer of sugarcane, after Brazil, with an estimated production of 19 million tonnes in 2019. The majority of sugarcane grown in Thailand is used for making white sugar, although some are used for animal feed and ethanol production.

Sugarcane production in Thailand has been growing rapidly in recent years, thanks to strong demand from the country’s thriving food and beverage industry. In fact, between 2014 and 2018, sugarcane production in Thailand increased by an impressive 30%. This growth is expected to continue in 2019, with sugarcane production forecast to reach 19 million tonnes.

The vast majority of sugarcane grown in Thailand is rainfed, although irrigated sugarcane cultivation is also widespread. Sugarcane cultivation generally takes place on large estates owned by large companies or cooperatives. However, there is also a significant amount of small-scale sugarcane production, particularly in the north and northeast of the country.

Unlike many other countries where sugarcane is grown, Thailand does not have a long history of cane cultivation. Cane was first introduced to the country by the Chinese during the 13th century. However, it wasn’t until the early 20th century that commercial cane production began to take off.

 

2. India

Total Sugarcane Production by India in 2019 was 405.41 Million Tonnes

Sugarcane production in India has seen a steady increase in the past few years. In 2019, India is expected to produce around 355 million tonnes of sugarcane, which is an increase of 5% from the previous year. The majority of sugarcane produced in India is used to make sugar and jaggery (a type of unrefined sugar).

The Indian government has been investing heavily in the development of the sugarcane industry, with a focus on increasing productivity and ensuring that farmers get a fair price for their crops. In addition to this, the government has also been working on creating a sustainable supply chain for sugarcane, by building storage facilities and setting up processing units closer to where the crop is grown.

All these efforts are expected to result in a significant increase in sugarcane production in India in 2019. This will not only benefit the farmers but also help meet the growing demand for sugar in the country.

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1. Brazil

Total Sugarcane Production In Brazil in 2019 was 753.47 Million Tonnes

In 2019, Brazil produced 739 million metric tons of sugarcane, making it the top country in sugarcane production. The majority of Brazil’s sugarcane is grown in the state of São Paulo. São Paulo accounts for about 60% of Brazil’s sugarcane production. Other states with a large share of Brazil’s sugarcane production include Minas Gerais, Goiás, and Mato Grosso do Sul.

Sugarcane production in Brazil has increased significantly over the past few decades. In 1970, Brazil produced only around 140 million metric tons of sugarcane. This increase is largely due to an increase in demand for sugar and ethanol (a fuel made from sugarcane). Brazil is the world’s leading producer of sugar and ethanol.

There are several reasons why sugarcane production has increased in Brazil. First, the Brazilian government has invested heavily in the sugar and ethanol industry. Second, Brazil has large tracts of land that are suitable for growing sugarcane. Finally, the climate in Brazil is ideal for growing sugarcane.

The future looks bright for the Brazilian sugar and ethanol industry. The Brazilian government has continued to invest in the industry, and new technologies are being developed that will make it even easier to produce sugar and ethanol from sugarcane.

Source: FAOSTAT

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