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Agriculture > Grains > Rye > Consumption: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Figures for 2003/2004.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 Russia 6,150 thousand metric tons 2004
2 Poland 3,400 thousand metric tons 2004
3 Ukraine 1,220 thousand metric tons 2004
4 Belarus 1,200 thousand metric tons 2004
5 United States 331 thousand metric tons 2004
6 Japan 300 thousand metric tons 2004
7 Turkey 250 thousand metric tons 2004
8 Lithuania 235 thousand metric tons 2004
9 Czech Republic 210 thousand metric tons 2004
10 Canada 175 thousand metric tons 2004
11 Latvia 110 thousand metric tons 2004
12 South Korea 50 thousand metric tons 2004
13 China 5 thousand metric tons 2004

Citation

"Countries Compared by Agriculture > Grains > Rye > Consumption. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", United States Department of Agriculture. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Agriculture/Grains/Rye/Consumption

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Interesting observations about Agriculture > Grains > Rye > Consumption

  • All of the top 3 countries by grains > rye > consumption are European.
  • All of the top 5 countries by grains > rye > consumption are Cold countries'.
  • All of the top 4 countries by grains > rye > consumption are Eastern European.
  • All of the top 2 countries by grains > rye > consumption are Emerging markets'.
  • 2 of the top 3 countries by grains > rye > consumption are Christian.
  • Canada ranked last for grains > rye > consumption amongst Group of 7 countries (G7) in 2004.
  • China ranked last for grains > rye > consumption amongst Non-religious countries in 2004.
  • 3 of the top 4 countries by grains > rye > consumption are Former Soviet.
  • All of the bottom 2 countries by grains > rye > consumption are East Asian and Pacific.
  • 5 of the bottom 7 countries by grains > rye > consumption are NATO.
  • South Korea ranked last for grains > rye > consumption amongst High income OECD countries in 2004.
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