Australia primarily produces sugar from sugarcane, serving its domestic market and exporting sugar to various countries in the Asia-Pacific region.
4.5 Million Metric Tonne.
Pakistan's sugar production largely depends on sugarcane cultivation, and the country plays a crucial role in the South Asian sugar market.
4.8 Million Metric Tonne.
France is one of the leading sugar producers in the European Union, primarily producing sugar from sugar beets.
4.9 Million Metric Tonne.
Mexico is another major producer of sugarcane-based sugar, with a focus on domestic consumption and exports to the United States.
6.7 Million Metric Tonne.
Russia's sugar production has been on the rise, with a focus on sugar beets as the primary source of sugar.
7.3 Million Metric Tonne.
The United States primarily produces sugar from sugar beets and sugarcane and is a significant supplier to both the domestic and international markets.
7.4 Million Metric Tonne.
China is a major player in the global sugar market, known for its high-quality sugar and competitiveness in international trade.
11.8 Million Metric Tonne.
Thailand ranks third and has been steadily increasing its sugar production by expanding sugarcane farming and improving sugar processing technologies.
14.9 Million Metric Tonne.
Brazil holds the second spot in sugar production for several years, with a significant focus on sugarcane cultivation for both sugar and ethanol production.
27.7 Million Metric Tonne.
India is the world's largest sugar producer, primarily using sugarcane to meet its domestic sugar demand and exporting surplus sugar.
34.3 Million Metric Tonne.