One of the largest food producers in Europe is Germany. More than 80% of its food requirements are produced by the country itself. Grain crops are grown including wheat, barley, corn, rye, and oats. Some other important crops include potatoes, sugar beets, rapeseed, cabbages, apples, and some other fruits and vegetables. In Soutwestern Germany, a major activity is growing grapes for wine. Beer is the most popular alcoholic drink in Germany. Some major farm products are milk and eggs. Germany has one of the largest stocks of pigs. Because of this, a popular meat in German cooking is pork. Germany has a deep-sea fishing fleet, but the size has majorly reduced since the twentieth century.