Where Are Apples Grown in the World?


Apples are native to Asia, although their cultivation has spread to Western Europe and the British islands. Apple trees have also been reported to grow in North and South America as well as Australia. In the modern day, apples can be cultivated in any part of the world as long as the ideal growth conditions are provided.
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World's top apple producers are China, United States, Turkey, Poland and Italy.
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Apple trees are grown all over the world except in Tundra climates and the arctic regions. Globally, there is an estimated 7,500 varieties of apples grown and on average 55 million apples are harvested in the world.
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