Yes, they are native to the Americas (resumably both North and South America) and Europe but are currently grown around the globe.
Portabella mushrooms belong to the family Agaricus bisporus. It is definitely “the most popular” in the United States. Its name’s origin is uncertain, but the Italian counterpart is called “cappello” or “cappellone” (hat/big hat). The geographic origin is uncertain. But being it a part of a fungus, mushrooms can be found everywhere there is a climate that allows their reproduction.
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