Overall exports of fruits totaled US$78 billion during 2015, up 13% since 2011. Note that these statistics include frozen and preserved fruits. The top 10 countries account for 56.5% of the value of all fruits shipments for 2015.
Spanish Exporters

Spain exported $8.1 billion worth of fruits led 
by the following items:

  1. Tangerines, clementines: $1.5 billion
  2. Oranges: $1.3 billion
  3. Fresh peaches, nectarines: $898.3 million
  4. Lemons, limes: $712.3 million
  5. Fresh strawberries: $608.3 million
  6. Fresh grapes: $332.1 million
  7. Fresh watermelons: $331.7 million
  7. Fresh melons (not watermelons): $298.1 million
  9. Fresh raspberries, blackberries: $276.4 million
10. Fresh cranberries, bilberries: $231.5 million
American Exporters

United States exported $6.8 billion worth of 
fruits led by the following items:

  1. Fresh apples: $1.03 billion
  2. Fresh grapes: $910.9 million
  3. Oranges: $568.6 million
  4. Fresh strawberries: $436.1 million
  5. Fresh cherries (not sour): $427.1 million
  6. Bananas (not plantains): $427.1 million
  7. Dried grapes: $335.5 million
  8. Fresh raspberries, blackberries: $293.6 million
  9. Lemons, limes: $222 million
10. Pears: $198.3 million
Chilean Exporters

Chile exported $4.9 billion worth of fruits led by the following items:

  1. Fresh grapes: $1.4 billion
  2. Fresh apples: $595.1 million
  3. Fresh cranberries, bilberries: $548.1 million
  4. Fresh cherries (not sour): $509.3 million
  5. Fresh kiwifruit: $231.6 million
  6. Avocadoes: $208.6 million
  7. Dried prunes: $200.3 million
  8. Frozen raspberries, mulberries: $188 million
  9. Pears: $141.1 million
10. Dried grapes: $133.4 million
Chinese Exporters

China exported $4.8 billion worth of fruitsled by the following items:

  1. Fresh apples: $1 billion
  2. Tangerines, clementines: $980.7 million
  3. Fresh grapes: $771.5 million
  4. Pears: $445.6 million
  5. Miscellaneous fresh fruits: $178.9 million
  6. Grapefruit: $155.5 million
  7. Fresh melons (not watermelons): $139.2 million
  8. Fresh peaches, nectarines: $133.1 million
  9. Miscellaneous dried fruits: $109.1 million
10. Frozen strawberries: $92.8 million
Mexican Exporters

Mexico exported $4.2 billion worth of fruits led
by the following items:

  1. Avocados: $1.6 billion
  2. Lemons, limes: $350.4 million
  3. Guavas, mangoes: $332.2 million
  4. Fresh watermelons: $316.9 million
  5. Fresh raspberries, blackberries: $259.3 million
  6. Fresh strawberries: $208 million
  7. Bananas (not plantains): $173.6 million
  8. Frozen strawberries: $161.2 million
  9. Fresh grapes: $159.5 million
10. Miscellaneous frozen fruits: $120.1 million
Dutch Exporters

Netherlands exported $4.1 billion worth of fruits led by the following items:

  1. Fresh grapes: $515 million
  2. Pears: $322.1 million
  3. Avocadoes: $320.8 million
  4. Fresh strawberries: $259.2 million
  5. Bananas (not plantains): $248.5 million
  6. Guavas, mangoes: $226.4 million
  7. Lemons, limes: $220.9 million
  8. Fresh apples: $191.4 million
  9. Oranges: $187.3 million
10. Pineapples: $162.9 million
Italian Exporters

Italy exported $3.3 billion worth of fruits led
by the following items:

  1. Fresh apples: $960.3 million
  2. Fresh grapes: $715.5 million
  3. Fresh kiwifruit: $472.3 million
  4. Fresh peaches, nectarines: $231,3 million
  5. Fresh strawberries: $246.6 million
  6. Pears: $176.5 million
  7. Oranges: $99.6 million
  8. Fresh watermelons: $69.9 million
  9. Tangerines, clementines: $56.4 million
10. Lemons, limes: $55.9 million
Here are the most valuable fruits exported during 2015, listed in descending order by dollar value.  Also shown is the increase in value for each fruit category since 2011.
Data source: Trade Map, International Trade Centre, www.intracen.org/marketanalysis

Top Fruit Exporters (Countries)
Most Valuable Exported Fruits 2015
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Ecuadorian Exporters

Ecuador exported $2.9 billion worth of fruits led by the following items:

  1. Bananas (not plantains): $2.7 billion
  2. Plantains: $88.7 million
  3. Guavas, mangoes: $37.6 million
  4. Pineapples: $32 million
  5. Miscellaneous frozen fruits: $31.5 million
  6. Miscellaneous fresh fruits: $5.5 million
  7. Miscellaneous dried fruits: $2.2 million
  8. Lemons, limes: $338,000
  9. Tangerines, clementines: $90,000
10. Avocadoes: $71,000
South African Exporters

South Africa exported $2.53 billion worth of fruits led by the following items:

  1. Oranges: $613.9 million
  2. Fresh grapes: $568.7 million
  3. Fresh apples: $318.2 million
  4. Lemons, limes: $231.9 million
  5. Pears: $164.5 million
  6. Tangerines, clementines: $118.2 million
  7. Dried grapes: $86.6 million
  8. Fresh plums: $80.5 million
  9. Grapefruit: $73.9 million
10. Avocadoes: $59.8 million
Turkish Exporters

Turkey exported $2.48 billion worth of fruits led by the following items:

  1. Dried grapes: $429 million
  2. Dried apricots: $302.7 million
  3. Tangerines, clementines: $294.6 million
  4. Lemons, limes: $293.8 million
  5. Fresh or dried figs: $252.2 million
  6. Oranges: $166.9 million
  7. Fresh grapes: $141.4 million
  8. Fresh cherries (not sour): $122.7 million
  9. Miscellaneous fresh fruits: $97 million
10. Grapefruit: $74.6 million