The charts show fresh fruit exports in 2010. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
The provided charts illustrate data on exports of various types of fresh fruits in the year 2010.
It is noticeable that orange was the most exported fruit while the opposite was true for other kinds of citrus fruits. Also, Mexico was the country witnessing the largest export’s volume of other citrus fruits.
Regarding the export of oranges, South Africa was the leading country with 1 million metric tons, followed by Egypt and the United States, at 850,000 tons and 650,000 tons, respectively. Meanwhile, grapefruit export experienced a much lower volume as Turkey stood at 175,000 tons while the figures for both South Africa and the United States were 225,000 tons.
The biggest exporter of lemons in 2010 was Turkey, with half a million tons, which was twice as many of that from Argentina, at 250,000 tons. Mexico was the dominant exporter of other citrus fruits with 400,000 tons while the numbers for the United States and Israel were only 10,000 tons.