Bell and Chile pepper production (metric tons)[10] Country 2004 2005 2006 2007  People's Republic of China 12,031,031 12,530,180 13,031,000 14,033,000  Mexico 1,431,258 1,617,264 1,681,277 1,690,000  Indonesia 1,100,514 1,058,023 1,100,000 1,100,000  Turkey 1,700,000 1,829,000 1,842,175 1,090,921  Spain 1,077,025 1,063,501 1,074,100 1,065,000  United States 978,890 959,070 998,210 855,870  Nigeria 720,000 721,000 721,500 723,000  Egypt 467,433 460,000 470,000 475,000  Korea, South 410,281 395,293 352,966 345,000  Netherlands 318,000 345,000 318,000 340,000  Romania 237,240 203,751 279,126 280,000  Ghana 270,000 270,000 277,000 279,000  Italy 362,430 362,994 345,152 252,194  Tunisia 255,000 256,000 256,000 250,000  Algeria 265,307 248,614 275,888 233,000  Hungary 126,133 113,371 206,419 207,000  Morocco 182,340 190,480 235,570 192,000  Serbia* 159,741 167,477 177,255 150,257  Japan 153,400 154,000 146,900 150,000  Israel 129,100 134,700 150,677 136,000  World 24,587,124 25,261,259 26,252,907 26,056,900

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