Following are a list of 30 nations that allow the cultivation of industrial hemp. As of this writing, the three primary producers are Canada, European Union, and China.
Canada primarily produces hempseed that is used for human food consumption (hemp hearts, hemp oil, and hemp protein), and body care products. The European Union primarily grows hemp for fiber with two primary end-uses being paper and automotive composites. China grows hemp primarily for textiles that are made into clothing and hemp twine.
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