Key Market Indicators
North Korea is expected to produce 14,140 metric tons of chestnuts by 2026. That's an increase of 1.1% each year since 2021, when the country produced 13,250 metric tons. Since 1966, North Korea's chestnut output has grown 1.4% annually. In 2021, the country was the ninth-largest producer, behind Japan, which had 13,250 metric tons. Spain, Bolivia, and South Korea were the second, third, and fourth-largest producers, respectively.