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According to Andrew F Smith's
The Tomato in America[2], the
tomato probably originated in the
highlands of the west coast of
South America. Smith notes there
is no evidence the tomato was
cultivated or even eaten in Peru
before the Spanish arrived, while
other researchers have pointed
out that many other fruits in
continuous cultivation in Peru are
not present in the very limited
historical recordAfter the Spanish colonization of
the Americas, the Spanish
distributed the tomato throughout
their colonies in the Caribbean.
They also took it to the
Philippines, whence it moved to
southeast Asia and then the entire
Asian continent. The Spanish also
brought the tomato to Europe. It
grew easily in Mediterranean
climates, and cultivation began in
the 1540s.125 million tonnes of tomatoes
were produced in the world in
2005, with China, the largest
producer, accounting for about
one-fourth of the global output
followed by United States and

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