Among all the vegetables consumed in Australia, beetroot is a vegetable that is regularly found in most households. However, even though the production rate has decreased over the last several years, the production continues in Queensland. In fact, a majority of the beetroot that is supplied is in the form of tin cans. This vegetable has remained a staple in various Australian kitchens for about 50 years. They are not only natural detoxifiers but beetroots are also an excellente source of iron.
The primary area where this vegetable is produced is in Queensland. Some of the regions where this vegetable is produced are Lockyer Valley and Fassifern Valley, all located in Queensland.
As of 2020, Australia has exported 375 tonnes of this vegetable. Like other vegetables such as beans, asparagus and artichokes, the import value of this vegetable is counted in the negative tonnes. Furthermore, the majority of beetroots was supplied to Japan.