Top 5 Mint Producing States in India

Mint offers numerous benefits, including aiding digestion, freshening breath, soothing headaches, and providing antioxidants for overall health.
According to the National Horticulture Board, Uttar Pradesh accounts for around 80% of India's peppermint production, making India the largest peppermint exporter globally.
Punjab and Haryana make up about 5% of India's menthol mint production. However, Punjab's individual share is likely lower, around 2-3%.
Mint cultivation is prominent in Bihar's Madhepura district, primarily with the CIM-Kranti variety. Bihar accounts for approximately 13% of India's overall mint production.
Madhya Pradesh contributes about 15% to the country's total menthol mint production, with specific cultivation regions such as Chhatarpur district specialising in Mentha arvensis.
Uttarakhand, along with Punjab and Haryana, contributes 5% to India's menthol mint production. The state mainly cultivates Japanese mint, particularly in tarai districts.
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