No, while the exact origin of mustard is unknown, its earliest uses date back to Sumerian and Sanskrit texts from 3000 BC. It is found in Egypt by 2000 BC and then China by 1000 BC. Different types of mustard plants are from different areas. Mild white mustard grows wild in North Africa, the Middle East, and Mediterranean Europe. It has spread widely by cultivation. Oriental mustard originates in the foothills of the Himalayas and is now grown commercially in Canada, the UK, Denmark, and the US. Black mustard is grown in Argentina, Chile, the US, and Europe. Canada grows 90% of the mustard seed in the international market.
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