According to FAO, more developed countries have higher food losses and waste at final consimption, compared to developing world. A quarter of consumed cereals, near 20% of roots & tubers, fruits & vegetables, 17% of fish & seafood, about 10% of meat and milk, 4% of oilseeds & pulses are lost as a waste in more developed countries at a stage of final consumption.
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Agricultural products cover the following commodity categories:Food and live animals: Live animals other than animals of division 03Meat and meat preparationsDairy products and birds' eggsFish, crustaceans, molluscs, and preparations thereofCereals and cereal preparationsVegetables and fruitsSugar, sugar preparations and honeyCoffee, tea, cocoa, spices, and manufactures thereofFeedstuff for animals (excluding unmilled cereals)Miscellaneous edible products and preparations Source: United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Merchandise trade matrix, exports and imports, annual, 1995-2016.
It is well Known that India is First place in Banana, Papaya, Mango & Guava Production . China is first place in Apple and Grape Production. In all Over the World Prdouctvity of Fruits is done by Brazil Except in Grape. and 2nd place in Mango & Guava Productvity
Sources: World Bank - WDI July 2015; ADI 2013; FAO - Production Statistics Feb. 2015; Food Balance Sheets 2015