The favorite vegetable of every state

June 17 marks National Eat Your Vegetable Day. The Daily Meal has reached out to B&G Foods, which runs a survey every year to determine the most popular vegetable throughout the country. This survey was conducted between the months of April and May 2020, and 6,713 Americans participated. Based on the results, broccoli is the most popular vegetable in the land, but there was a rising contender this year — carrots. Find out which vegetable your state chose as its favorite.

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