The 'Food and Agriculture Organization Corporate Statistical Database (FAOSTAT) website disseminates statistical data collected and maintained by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on the following subject domains:
- Agricultural Production
- Food and Agriculture Trade
- Food Balance Sheets
- Agricultural Price Statistics
- Agricultural Resources
- Forestry Production and Trade Flows
Data are provided as a time-series from 1961 in most domains for over 200 countries
The FAOSTAT system is one of FAO’s most important corporate systems. It is a major component of FAO’s information systems, contributing to the organization’s strategic objective of collecting, analyzing, interpreting and disseminating information relating to nutrition, food and agriculture. It is at the core of the World Agricultural Information Centre (WAICENT) through which access is given to FAO’s vast store of information on agricultural and food topics – statistical data, documents, books, images, and maps.
Data contained in the FAOSTAT system is regularly published both in hard copy yearbooks as well as on CDs. Details of these can be found in the website for the Statistics Division of FAO.
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