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This is a list of official U.S. state foods:

State Food type Food name Image Year &
citation
Alabama State nut Pecan Pecan-nuts-on-tree.jpg 1982[1]
State fruit Blackberry Blackberry fruits10.jpg 2004[2]
State tree fruit Peach Flavorcrest peaches.jpg 2006[3]
State dessert Lane cake Slice of lane cake.jpg 2016[4]
Alaska None[5]
Arizona None[6]
Arkansas State fruit
State vegetable
South Arkansas Vine Ripe Pink Tomato Bright red tomato and cross section02.jpg 1987[7]
State grain Rice Rice p1160004.jpg 2007[8]
State grape Cynthiana (Vitis aestivalis) Norton grapes growing in Missouri.jpg 2009[9]
State nut Pecan Pecans-4352.jpg 2009[10]
California[notes 1] State nuts Almond, Walnut, Pistachio, and Pecan
2017[11][12][13]
Colorado None[14]
Connecticut None[15]
Delaware State dessert Peach pie Peach custard pie (1416028394).jpg 2009[16]
State fruit Strawberry Strawberry444.jpg 2010[17]
Florida State fruit Orange OrangeBloss wb.jpg 2005[18][19]
State pie Key lime pie Key limepie.jpg 2006[20]
Georgia[notes 2][21] State vegetable Vidalia sweet onion Sweet onions 1.jpg 1990[22][23]
State fruit Peach Flavorcrest peaches.jpg 1995[24][25]
State prepared food Grits Grits 1.jpg 2002[26]
Hawaii[notes 3] None[27][28]
Idaho State fruit Huckleberry Bog huckleberry.jpg 2000[29]
State vegetable Potato Potato and cross section.jpg 2002[29]
Illinois State snack food Popcorn Popcorn02.jpg 2004 [30]
State fruit GoldRush Apple (Malus xdomestica) 95apple.jpeg 2007[30]
State vegetable Sweet corn VegCorn.jpg 2015[30]
State pie Pumpkin pie Pumpkin Pie.jpg 2016[30]
State grain Corn Zea mays.jpg 2018[30][31]
Indiana None[32]
Iowa None[33]
Kansas None[34]
Kentucky State fruit Blackberry Blackberry fruits10.jpg 2004[35][36]
Louisiana State fruit Louisiana strawberry Strawberry444.jpg 1980[37]
State jellies Mayhaw jelly
and
Louisiana sugar cane jelly
Mayhaw jelly jar us state food crop.jpg 2003[38]
State meat pie Natchitoches meat pie Natchitoches-meatpies-and-beans-rice.jpg 2003[39]
State vegetable Sweet potato 5aday sweet potato.jpg 2003[40]
State cuisine Gumbo Gumbo.JPG 2004[41]
Maine State berry Wild blueberry Blueberries.jpg 1991[42]
State herb Wintergreen FountainSpringsWintergreen.png 1999[43]
State dessert Blueberry pie made with wild Maine blueberries Best Blueberry Pie with Foolproof Pie Dough.jpg 2011[44][45]
State treat Whoopie pie Whoopie pie with dusting of confectioner's sugar.jpg 2011[46][45]
State sweetener Pure Maine maple syrup Maple syrup.jpg 2015[47]
Maryland State crustacean Blue crab (Callinectes sapidus Rathburn) Blue crab on market in Piraeus - Callinectes sapidus Rathbun 20020819-317.jpg 1989[48]
State dessert Smith Island Cake Smith island cake2009.jpg 2008[49]
Massachusetts State muffin Corn muffin Corn bread muffins 1 copy.jpg 1986[50][51]
State bean Baked navy bean Snijboon peulen Phaseolus vulgaris.jpg 1993[50][52]
State berry Cranberry Cranberry bog.jpg 1994[50][53]
State dessert Boston cream pie Bostoncreampie.jpg 1996[50][54]
State cookie Chocolate chip cookie Chocolate chip cookies.jpg 1997[50][55]
State doughnut Boston cream doughnut Boston cream doughnut bisected.jpg 2003[50][56]
Michigan None[57]
Minnesota State grain Wild rice WildRice23.jpg 1977[58]
State mushroom Morel Smardz-Morchella-Ejdzej-2006.jpg 1984[58]
State muffin Blueberry muffin Muffin NIH.jpg 1988[58]
State fruit Honeycrisp apple Honeycrisp.jpg 2006[58]
Mississippi None[59]
Missouri State tree nut Eastern black walnut (Juglans nigra) Black Walnut Juglans nigra Nut 2400px.jpg 1990[60]
State grape Norton/Cynthiana (Vitis aestivalis) Norton grapes growing in Missouri.jpg 2003[61]
State dessert Ice cream cone Chocolate ice cream.jpg 2008[62]
Montana None[63]
Nebraska None[64]
Nevada None[65]
New Hampshire State fruit Pumpkin Pumpkins.jpg 2006[66]
State vegetable White Potato Potato and cross section.jpg 2013[67]
New Jersey State fruit Northern highbush blueberry Vaccinium corymbosum Beeren.jpg 2004[68]
New Mexico State vegetables New Mexico chile[notes 4]
and
Frijoles pintos (Pinto beans)
1965[69][70]
State cookie Biscochito Biscochitos at the State Capitol, Santa Fe NM.jpg 1989[69]
New York State fruit Apple 95apple.jpeg 1976[71][72]
State muffin Apple muffin Allison's Fine Baked Goods Apple Muffin 2010.jpg 1987[71][73]
State snack Yogurt Obstjoghurt01.jpg 2014[74][75]
North Carolina State vegetable Sweet potato 5aday sweet potato.jpg 1995[76]
State blue berry Blueberry Blueberries.jpg 2001[76]
State red berry Strawberry Strawberry444.jpg 2001[76]
State fruit Scuppernong grape Muscadines.Scuppernongs.jpg 2001[76]
North Dakota State fruit Chokecherry Prunus virginiana.jpg 2007[77]
Ohio State fruit Tomato Bright red tomato and cross section02.jpg 2009[78]
State native fruit Pawpaw Asimina triloba3.jpg 2009[78]
Oklahoma State meal Chicken-fried steak,
barbequed pork,
fried okra,
squash,
cornbread,
grits,
corn,
sausage with biscuits and gravy,
black-eyed peas,
strawberries,
and
pecan pie
1988[79][80]
State fruit Strawberry Strawberry444.jpg 2005[79]
State vegetable Watermelon Vampire watermelon.jpg 2007[79][81]
Oregon State nut Hazelnut (Filbert) Corylus avellana.jpg 1989[82]
State mushroom Pacific Golden Chanterelle Chanterelle Cantharellus cibarius.jpg 1999[82]
State fruit Pear Pears.jpg 2005[82]
Pennsylvania None[83][84]
Rhode Island State fruit Rhode Island Greening Apple Rhode Island Greening Apple outside.jpg 1991[85]
State appetizer Calamari Fried calamari.jpg 2015[86]
South Carolina State fruit Peach Flavorcrest peaches.jpg 1984[87][88]
State snack food Boiled peanuts Boiled peanut.jpg 2006[87][89]
State vegetable Collard greens Collard-Greens-Bundle.jpg 2011[87][90]
State picnic cuisine Barbecue Barbecue pork sandwiches.jpg 2014[87]
South Dakota State dessert Kuchen Streuselkuchen7.jpg 2000[91]
State bread Frybread Frybread.jpg 2005[91]
Tennessee State fruit Tomato Bright red tomato and cross section02.jpg 2003[92]
Texas[notes 5] State dish Chili con carne Bowl of Chili No Beans.jpg 1977[93]
State fruit Texas Red Grapefruit Citrus paradisi (Grapefruit, pink) white bg.jpg 1993[93]
State pepper Jalapeño Jalapenyo.jpg 1995[93]
State native pepper Chiltepin Chiltepin mexico sonora.jpg 1997[93]
State vegetable Sweet onion Sweet onions 1.jpg 1997[93]
State health nut Native pecan Pecan-nuts-on-tree.jpg 2001[93]
State snack Tortilla chips
and
salsa
Mission Tortilla Triangles.JPG
Mexico.Salsa.02.jpg
2003[93]
State bread Pan de campo Pan de campo.jpg 2005[93]
State cobbler Peach cobbler Peach cobbler (cropped).jpg 2013[93]
State pie Pecan pie Pecan pie slice.jpg 2013[93]
State squash Pumpkin Pumpkins.jpg 2013[93]
Utah State fruit Cherry Cherries summerland.jpg 1997[94]
State historic vegetable Sugar beet SugarBeet.jpg 2002[95]
State snack food Jell-O Day 18 - Still Eating The Green Jello (gifrancis).jpg 2001[96]
State vegetable Spanish sweet onion Sweet onions 1.jpg 2002[95]
Vermont State flavor Maple Maple syrup.jpg 1993[97]
State fruit Apple 95apple.jpeg 1999[98]
State pie Apple pie Apple pie.jpg 1999[99]
State vegetable Gilfeather Turnip 2015[100]
Virginia None[101]
Washington State fruit Apple 95apple.jpeg 1989[102]
State vegetable Walla Walla sweet onion Sweet onions 1.jpg 2007[103]
West Virginia State fruit Golden Delicious apple Golden delicious apple.jpg 1995[104]
Wisconsin State grain Corn (Zea mays) Zea mays.jpg 1989[105][106][107]
State fruit Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) Cranberry bog.jpg 2003[105][107]
State pastry Kringle Kringle.jpeg 2013[105][108]
State dairy product Cheese Cheese.jpg 2017[105][109]
Wyoming None[110]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ In a proclamation as acting governor, Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom declared the artichoke state vegetable, the avocado state fruit, the almond state nut, and rice state grain. The legislature did not enact these.
  2. ^ Georgia declared peanuts the state crop.
  3. ^ Hawaii's official state plant is kalo (Colocasia esculenta; taro).
  4. ^ New Mexico's official state question, "Red or green?", refers to chilies. The official answer is, "Red and green, or Christmas."
  5. ^ In 2003, Texas law made sopaipilla and strudel state pastries until 2005.

See also[edit]

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