Why does the US have to import a million bananas?

It is widely believed that bananas are the world’s biggest export and the world is exporting them to a record number of countries.

But the truth is, bananas are actually exported far more than the United States does, as they are exported to more than 100 countries around the world.

A report by the Center for Food Safety found that the United Nations exported about $14 billion worth of bananas last year.

The US exported $11.3 billion worth in 2013.

The report found that nearly 70 percent of the bananas sold in the United Kingdom were exported to other countries, while China exported nearly 20 percent.

The other 20 percent was sent back to the US.

The United Kingdom has one of the world-leading banana exports.

The UK exported $12.2 billion worth, and Canada shipped $8.4 billion worth.

In 2011, the United Arab Emirates shipped $7.4 million worth of US bananas.

Canada sent $1.7 billion worth and China sent $3.5 billion worth from 2009 through 2013.

While bananas are sold in many countries, the majority of the US banana export goes to the UK and Canada, according to the Center For Food Safety.

According to the USDA, the US exported about 5 million bananas in 2013, while the UK exported just under 4 million.

According a study published in 2016 by the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, the U.S. imported about 40 million bananas, while Canada exported almost 15 million.

The number of bananas imported by each country has decreased over the years, but the amount of bananas exported each year remains high.

A US-based industry group, the International Banana Council (IBC), estimated in 2014 that the global market for bananas amounted to $2.7 trillion.

According in 2016, US exports of bananas to other nations were $11 billion last year, with Canada the second-biggest exporter.

According the International Fruit Export Council (IFEC), the US was the world leader in banana exports, and the U-M banana plant is the largest in the world, producing more than 4 million bananas a year.

But, bananas aren’t the only fruit that Americans import.

The U.K. is the world supplier of fruit juice, while Japan is a major supplier of fruits like mangoes and apricots.

The IFCC says that the U,S.

imports about $8 billion worth each year.

According U.N. statistics, the EU imported about $5 billion last decade, while Brazil imported $2 billion.

The World Bank estimated that the European Union imported $6.4 trillion worth of fruit and vegetables in 2013 and that China, the worlds largest consumer of fruits and vegetables, exported $5.5 trillion worth.

The EU has one export that’s particularly important: bananas.

In 2015, the European Parliament passed a resolution that banned the use of the term “fruit” in the name of banana, and all future bananas to be called “fruit.”

The resolution, passed by a vote of 26-1, was voted on by a narrow margin, with just five abstentions.

According that resolution, “the term ‘fruit’ is too closely associated with the word ‘fruit'” and is “not consistent with the EU’s values and policies and is not supported by the public.”

That’s not the only banana-related vote that’s taken place this year.

Last year, the UK passed a motion banning the use “fruit,” and all banana products to be labeled “fruit-based.”

The UK government says that while the U.,S.

and EU are all exporting bananas to each other, they’re all importing bananas.

The resolution also prohibits the use the term ‘fruits’ in the names of banana products, or the word “fruit”, in all packaging, advertising, and marketing.

The House of Commons passed the resolution in a vote with just 10 abstentives.

The European Parliament has also passed a similar resolution.

While the UK, France, Italy, Spain, Belgium, and Denmark are all consuming more bananas than the U and EU, the Netherlands, Denmark, and Norway are consuming less than half as much.

And the U of A is the only province of Canada that has a higher export of bananas than Canada, as well as the U S of A. In fact, bananas account for more than half of the exports from Canada to the U as well.

The American Banana Growers Association (ABGA) says that Canada’s export to the United State of $1 billion in 2015 was more than three times as much as it was from the U to the EU.