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Top 10 Fruit Producing States

RankStatesProduction (in '000 MT)
1Andhra Pradesh13939.1
2Maharashtra 9785
3Gujarat8413.2
4Tamil Nadu6699.9
5Karnataka6619.6
6Madhya Pradesh5450
7Uttar Pradesh5176.1
8Bihar 4249.2
9West Bengal3172.5
10Kerala2583.9


Source : Horticulture Division, D/o Agriculture & Cooperation

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