Where Do Banana Trees Grow?

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Bananas trees grow in humid, tropical regions of the world with India being the major producer. They are native to tropical South and Southeast Asia. Per capita consumption has been estimated at 45 kilograms per year in countries such as Uganda, Burundi, and Rwanda.
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