4th of July Fun Facts!!!!

4th of July Fun Facts!!!!

– There’s a 1-in-6 chance the beef on your backyard grill came from Texas. The Lone Star State is the leader in the production of cattle and calves.

– The chicken on your barbecue grill probably came from one of the top broiler-producing states: Georgia, Arkansas, Alabama, North Carolina and Mississippi.

– The lettuce in your salad or on your hamburger probably was grown in California, which accounts for nearly three-quarters of USA lettuce production.

– Fresh tomatoes in your salad most likely came from Florida or California, which, combined, produced more than two-thirds of U.S. tomatoes.

– The ketchup on your hamburger or hot dog probably came from California, which accounts for 95 percent of processed tomato production.

– As to potato salad or potato chips or fries, Idaho and Washington produces about one-half of the nation’s spuds.

– For dessert, six states β€” California, Florida, Texas, Georgia, Arizona and Indiana β€” combined to produce about 80 percent of watermelons last year.

– And the apples in your apple pie? They most likely came from Washington or New York, the two top apple producing states.

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Fun Facts Credit: http://www.chiff.com/a/fun-facts-fourth.htm

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