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Food production index (2004-2006 = 100), 2022:

The average for 2022 based on 42 countries was 100.8 index points. The highest value was in Turkey: 128.9 index points and the lowest value was in Hungary: 74.7 index points. The indicator is available from 1961 to 2022. Below is a chart for all countries where data are available.

Measure: index points; Source: FAO
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Countries Food production index, 2022 Global rank Available data
Turkey 128.9 1 1961 - 2022
Russia 126.4 2 1992 - 2022
Ireland 121.5 3 1961 - 2022
Luxembourg 114.9 4 2000 - 2022
Bosnia & Herz. 113.4 5 1992 - 2022
Poland 111.7 6 1961 - 2022
Portugal 110.3 7 1961 - 2022
Cyprus 108.7 8 1961 - 2022
Faroe Isl. 106.6 9 1961 - 2022
Estonia 105.7 10 1992 - 2022
Albania 105.4 11 1961 - 2022
Latvia 103.9 12 1992 - 2022
Denmark 103.8 13 1961 - 2022
Greece 102.8 14 1961 - 2022
Norway 102.7 15 1961 - 2022
Belarus 102.5 16 1992 - 2022
Iceland 102.1 17 1961 - 2022
Sweden 101.2 18 1961 - 2022
UK 101.2 19 1961 - 2022
Netherlands 101 20 1961 - 2022
Bulgaria 100.7 21 1961 - 2022
North Macedonia 100.7 22 1992 - 2022
Montenegro 100.6 23 2006 - 2022
Austria 100.4 24 1961 - 2022
Belgium 100 25 2000 - 2022
Lithuania 99.5 26 1992 - 2022
Spain 98.8 27 1961 - 2022
Serbia 98.4 28 2006 - 2022
Finland 98.2 29 1961 - 2022
Czechia 97.7 30 1993 - 2022
Switzerland 97.4 31 1961 - 2022
Italy 97 32 1961 - 2022
France 94 33 1961 - 2022
Slovenia 94 34 1992 - 2022
Germany 92.7 35 1961 - 2022
Moldova 89.7 36 1992 - 2022
Croatia 89.5 37 1992 - 2022
Ukraine 87.8 38 1992 - 2022
Slovakia 86.2 39 1993 - 2022
Romania 85.2 40 1961 - 2022
Malta 75.9 41 1961 - 2022
Hungary 74.7 42 1961 - 2022



Definition: Food production index covers food crops that are considered edible and that contain nutrients. Coffee and tea are excluded because, although edible, they have no nutritive value.

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