On Friday, the Irish Times published a list of the world’s most prolific carrot producers.
According to the Times, the list includes a variety of carrot makers including Cargill, Ayer and Blythe.
Cargills Cargilla (NYSE:C), which is the world leader in carrot production, has been in the top three of the Guinness World Records for five consecutive years, and has more than 70% of the global carrot production.
Carenterie, which has more production in the United States than any other country, is a subsidiary of Cargil.
Categorie is the largest producer of carrot in the world, and Cargiller, which is owned by the French company Cargild, is the third-largest producer in the European Union.
Other companies with significant presence in the UK are Ecola, a company that produces more than 400 million carrots, and a division of Dutch giant Hetzel.
The Times’ list of world’s top carrot producers includes a wide range of producers.
Cogestor, the world largest producer, is owned in part by Spanish conglomerate Banco Espirito Santo, while Cargaill, which makes the biggest carrot in Europe, is in charge of the U.K. Cagetas, a French company, is also a global powerhouse in carrot.
Another company that has been a global leader for several years is Ferrero.
Ferrero is the biggest producer in France, and is one of the leading players in the production of fresh carrot.
Ciferno, which also makes the top-selling carrot, is one the largest producers in Spain.
The list of top carrots produced in the U of A, for example, has more producers than all of the other top producers combined.
Cefn is the number one producer in Ireland.
Another big name is Ferrovia, which produced the world-record 100 million carrots in 2013.
The company is a joint venture between the United Kingdom and Ireland.
There are many other companies with large production facilities in the Irish region, and they are among the biggest carrots in the globe.
The world’s biggest producer of carrots is China, which produces more carrots than any country in the entire world.
According a report published in 2017 by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), China produces more per capita than the next 10 countries combined.
In 2017, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates that China is responsible for more than 40% of all carrots grown in the planet.