Where do grapes grow - are they imported from other countries?
Grapes grow in a lot of countries. China and Turkey are the largest producers. Chile is the largest exporter. In 2006/2007, the U.S. imported grapes from Chile, Mexico, Peru, Brazil and South America. See Related Links for more information.
No, they do not. No grapes are grown in the Amazon rainforest. They are grown in vineyards. Two South American countries are well known for growing grapes to produce famous wines, those are Chile and Argentina. Grapes are unable to grow in the Amazon rainforest because there is not enough light due to the canopy. They are grown in vast fields called vineyards.
Ireland can provide a significant amount of its own needs for food. However there are foods that cannot be grown in Ireland, so they are imported. There is also a lot of food grown in Ireland that is exported, so some things that are grown in Ireland are imported in from other countries to make up the shortfall. Ireland can provide a significant amount of its own needs for food. However there are foods that…