The graphs below show four categories of citrus fruits and the top three countries to which these were exported (in thousand tonnes) in 2012. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.


-[Harpreet Singh Dhillon]
The given bar charts compare the top three countries importing different types of citrus
fruits in 2012. The fruits given are oranges, lemons, grape fruits and all other citrus fruits.
As can be seen from the chart, oranges were the most popular fruit. More specifically, South
Africa was the country where the largest number of oranges were exported amounting to
1020 thousand tonnes approximately. This was followed by Egypt (500 thousand tonnes)
and the United States, which imported the smallest amount (400 million tonnes) of oranges
among the three countries.

Lemon was the second popular fruit in the four categories, with 500,000 tonnes imported by
Mexico and 200 imported by the USA. The minimum amount was imported by Argentina
(100,000 tonnes).

Grapefruits did not constitute a large proportion of the imported fruit. Turkey was the main
country that imported grapefruits, while Mexico and United States imported 400,000 and
300,000 tonnes respectively.

The largest import of all other citrus fruits was done by Mexico. The other two countries
only accounted for a tiny proportion of the whole volume.

Overall, the export quantities of different fruit varied among different countries in 2012.

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