Most Famous Food Brands From Each State

Alabama

There are many pickle brands, but Wickles Pickles stands out. Every jar has crunchy chips and a dash of spiciness! They make a Southern-style pickle using apple cider vinegar brine, vivid red jalapeño peppers, and other secret seasonings.

Alaska

Plumber Steve Henson constructed Ranch in the Alaskan bush, but none of the stories mention the town. It was tough to encourage his grumpy coworkers to eat veggies! After moving to California, he acquired Hidden Valley Ranch, and the rest is history.

Arizona

The Cold Stone Creamery founders weren't pleased with store-bought ice cream, so they made their own. Their secret? Mixing 16-degree granite slab ice cream daily in-house.

Arkansas

Jimmy Dean was a successful country singer before creating sausage. After years of singing and performing, he believed he could produce the finest sausage. He quit his job to become the company's top salesperson with his brother.

California

Diamond Nuts has sold walnuts since 1912 since 99 percent of US walnuts are cultivated in California. Though they specialize in non-GMO walnuts, the firm also packages cashews, almonds, and pine nuts.

Colorado

This famous dairy-free milk maker started as a tofu firm and tried meatballs, sandwiches, and sausage before choosing soy milk. Silk now manufactures almond, coconut, cashew, creamer, and yogurt.

Connecticut

Margaret Rudkin had never cooked bread before, but when her kid had allergies, she did. Her kid improved so greatly from eating the loaves that the doctor suggested Rudkin to other patients, and she started selling Pepperidge Farm loaves at a premium.

Florida

Fresh Del Monte, situated in Coral Gables, is one of the world's leading canned fruit and vegetable producers. When you buy canned tomatoes for your favorite tomato sauce, you undoubtedly see its brand.

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