Korean vegetables are among the top 10 foods in the world, according to a new survey from global food retailer Food Navigator.
The survey found that Korean vegetables had a median value of $1,800, and the average value of each vegetable was $2,200.
The report also found that of the world’s top 10 vegetables, kimchi ranked second with a median of $2.7 million, followed by potatoes with $1.8 million, carrots with $4.1 million, cucumbers with $2 million, and peppers with $5.9 million.
It was the second consecutive year that the Korean vegetable ranking was highest among global retailers.
In 2016, KFC had the largest market share of all the top 20 foods with an estimated 5.2 percent.
In 2017, the company took the title of No.1.
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