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Consumption of Wheat in the World

679.89 million metric tons in 2013

Consumption of wheat of World increased from 653.41 million metric tons in 2011 to 679.89 million metric tons in 2013 growing at an average annual rate of 2.11 %.

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Date Value Change, %
2013 679.89 -2.45 %
2012 696.98 6.67 %
2011 653.41
Area 218,543,071 Ha in 2017 FAO
Production 658.54 million metric tons in 2013 USDA
Seed 35,064,927 tonnes in 2016 FAO
Stocks 175.49 million metric tons in 2013 USDA
Yield 35,312 Hg/Ha in 2017 FAO
Coarse Grain 1,135.74 million metric tons in 2013 USDA
Maize 864.46 million metric tons in 2013 USDA
Barley 131.68 million metric tons in 2013 USDA
Oats 21.88 million metric tons in 2013 USDA
Rye 13.59 million metric tons in 2013 USDA
Country (million metric tons in 2013)

China is the top country by consumption of wheat in the world. As of 2013, consumption of wheat in China was 125 million metric tons that accounts for 29.66 % of the world's consumption of wheat. The top 5 countries (others are India, the United States of America, Russian Federation, and Pakistan) account for 72.15 % of it. The world's total consumption of wheat was estimated at 421.39 million metric tons in 2013.

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China 125 USDA
India 83.82 USDA
United States of America 37.77 USDA
Russian Federation 33.55 USDA
Pakistan 23.9 USDA
Egypt 18.7 USDA
Turkey 17.65 USDA
Iran 16.4 USDA
Ukraine 11.4 USDA
Brazil 10.9 USDA
Canada 9.6 USDA
Algeria 9.45 USDA
Morocco 8.3 USDA
Uzbekistan 8 USDA
Indonesia 6.95 USDA

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