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According to Statista.com, there are some 2.7 million acres of farmland in the United States in use for vegetable production (the vast majority of which exist in California, the country’s largest producer of vegetables). Vegetable production is typically focused on either fresh market consumption or vegetable processing, which involves the canning or freezing of vegetables for later use. With the growth in popularity of farm-to-table dining and ever expanding number of local farmers’ markets, regional vegetable farms are increasingly able to cater to local, seasonal demands as opposed to mass-produced national needs.

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