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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 spirit Conecuh Ridge Alabama Fine Whiskey 2004[3]
State tree fruit Peach Flavorcrest peaches.jpg 2006[4]
State dessert Lane cake Slice of lane cake.jpg 2016[5]
Alaska None[6]
Arizona None[7]
Arkansas State beverage Milk Milk glass.jpg 1985[8]
State fruit
State vegetable
South Arkansas Vine Ripe Pink Tomato Bright red tomato and cross section02.jpg 1987[9]
State grain Rice Rice p1160004.jpg 2007[10]
State grape Cynthiana (Vitis aestivalis) Norton grapes growing in Missouri.jpg 2009[11]
State nut Pecan Pecans-4352.jpg 2009[12]
California State nuts Almond, Walnut, Pistachio, and Pecan
2017[13][14]
Colorado None[15]
Connecticut None[16]
Delaware State beverage Milk Glass of milk on tablecloth.jpg 1983[17]
State dessert Peach pie Peach custard pie (1416028394).jpg 2009[17]
State fruit Strawberry Strawberry444.jpg 2010[18]
Florida State beverage Orange juice Orange juice 1 edit1.jpg 1967[19]
State fruit Orange OrangeBloss wb.jpg 2005[20][21]
State pie Key lime pie Key limepie.jpg 2006[22]
Georgia State vegetable Vidalia sweet onion Sweet onions 1.jpg 1990[23][24]
State fruit Peach Flavorcrest peaches.jpg 1995[25][26]
State crop Peanut Arachis-hypogaea-(peanuts).jpg 1995[27]
State prepared food Grits Grits 1.jpg 2002[28]
Hawaii State plant Kalo (Colocasia esculenta; taro) Taro corms.JPG 2008[29]
Idaho State fruit Huckleberry Bog huckleberry.jpg 2000[30]
State vegetable Potato Potato and cross section.jpg 2002[30]
Illinois State snack food Popcorn Popcorn02.jpg 2004 [31]
State fruit GoldRush Apple (Malus xdomestica) 95apple.jpeg 2007[31]
State vegetable Sweet corn VegCorn.jpg 2015[31]
State pie Pumpkin pie Pumpkin Pie.jpg 2016[31]
State grain Corn Zea mays.jpg 2018[31][32]
Indiana None[33]
Iowa None[34]
Kansas None[35]
Kentucky State fruit Blackberry Blackberry fruits10.jpg 2004[36][37]
State drink Milk Glass of milk on tablecloth.jpg 2005[36][38]
Louisiana State fruit Louisiana strawberry Strawberry444.jpg 1980[39]
State drink Milk Glass of milk on tablecloth.jpg 1983[40]
State jellies Mayhaw jelly
and
Louisiana sugar cane jelly
Mayhaw jelly jar us state food crop.jpg 2003[41]
State meat pie Natchitoches meat pie Natchitoches-meatpies-and-beans-rice.jpg 2003[42]
State vegetable Sweet potato 5aday sweet potato.jpg 2003[43]
State cuisine Gumbo Gumbo.JPG 2004[44]
Maine State berry Wild blueberry Blueberries.jpg 1991[45]
State herb Wintergreen FountainSpringsWintergreen.png 1999[46]
State soft drink Moxie Moxiecan.jpg 2005[47]
State dessert Blueberry pie made with wild Maine blueberries Best Blueberry Pie with Foolproof Pie Dough.jpg 2011[48][49]
State treat Whoopie pie Whoopie pie with dusting of confectioner's sugar.jpg 2011[50][49]
State sweetener Pure Maine maple syrup Maple syrup.jpg 2015[51]
Maryland State crustacean Blue crab (Callinectes sapidus Rathburn) Blue crab on market in Piraeus - Callinectes sapidus Rathbun 20020819-317.jpg 1989[52]
State drink Milk Glass of milk on tablecloth.jpg 1998[53]
State dessert Smith Island Cake Smith island cake2009.jpg 2008[54]
Massachusetts State beverage Cranberry juice Cranberry juice.jpg 1970[55][56]
State muffin Corn muffin Corn bread muffins 1 copy.jpg 1986[55][57]
State bean Baked navy bean Snijboon peulen Phaseolus vulgaris.jpg 1993[55][58]
State berry Cranberry Cranberry bog.jpg 1994[55][59]
State dessert Boston cream pie Bostoncreampie.jpg 1996[55][60]
State cookie Chocolate chip cookie Chocolate chip cookies.jpg 1997[55][61]
State doughnut Boston cream doughnut Boston cream doughnut bisected.jpg 2003[55][62]
Michigan None[63]
Minnesota State grain Wild rice WildRice23.jpg 1977[64]
State drink Milk Glass of milk on tablecloth.jpg 1984[64]
State mushroom Morel Smardz-Morchella-Ejdzej-2006.jpg 1984[64]
State muffin Blueberry muffin Muffin NIH.jpg 1988[64]
State fruit Honeycrisp apple Honeycrisp.jpg 2006[64]
Mississippi State beverage Milk Glass of milk on tablecloth.jpg 1984[65]
Missouri State tree nut Eastern black walnut (Juglans nigra) Black Walnut Juglans nigra Nut 2400px.jpg 1990[66]
State grape Norton/Cynthiana (Vitis aestivalis) Norton grapes growing in Missouri.jpg 2003[67]
State dessert Ice cream cone Chocolate ice cream.jpg 2008[68]
Montana None[69]
New Hampshire State fruit Pumpkin Pumpkins.jpg [70]
State vegetable White Potato Potato and cross section.jpg 2013[71]
New Jersey State fruit Northern highbush blueberry Vaccinium corymbosum Beeren.jpg 2004[72]
New Mexico State cookie Bizcochito Biscochitos at the State Capitol, Santa Fe NM.jpg 1989[73][74]
State vegetable New Mexico chile New Mexico green chile.jpg 1965
State vegetable Frijoles pintos (Pinto beans) Refried beans-frijoles refritos.jpg 1965
New York State muffin Apple muffin Allison's Fine Baked Goods Apple Muffin 2010.jpg [75]
State fruit Apple 95apple.jpeg [76]
State snack Yogurt Obstjoghurt01.jpg 2014[77]
State beverage Milk Glass of milk on tablecloth.jpg
North Carolina State blue berry Blueberry Blueberries.jpg 2001[78]
State red berry Strawberry Strawberry444.jpg 2001[78]
State fruit Scuppernong Grape Muscadines.Scuppernongs.jpg 2001[78]
State vegetable Sweet potato 5aday sweet potato.jpg 1995[78]
North Dakota State fruit Chokecherry Prunus virginiana.jpg 2007
Ohio State fruit Tomato Bright red tomato and cross section02.jpg 2009[79]
Oklahoma State meal Barbecued pork Pork steaks cooking-1.jpg 1988[80][81]
State meal Chicken fried steak CountryFriedSteak.jpg 1988[80][81]
State meal Sausages and gravy Reunion sausages dsc07796.jpg 1988[80][81]
State meal Fried okra Bucket of raw okra pods.jpg 1988[80][81]
State gourd Squash YellowSquash.jpg 1988[80][81]
State meal Grits Grits, served with a waffle. 1988[80][81]
State bean Black-eyed peas Black-eyed-pea-closeup.jpg 1988[80][81]
State treat Cornbread Skillet cornbread 1.jpg 1988[80][81]
State dessert Pecan pie Pecan pie slice.jpg 1988[80][81]
State fruit Strawberry Strawberry444.jpg 2005[82]
State vegetable Watermelon Vampire watermelon.jpg 2007[83]
Oregon State fruit Pear Pears.jpg [84]
State mushroom Pacific Golden Chanterelle Chanterelle Cantharellus cibarius.jpg [84]
State nut Hazelnut (Filbert) Corylus avellana.jpg [84]
Pennsylvania State drink Milk Glass of milk on tablecloth.jpg [85]
Rhode Island State appetizer Calamari Fried calamari.jpg 2015[86]
State drink Coffee milk Autocrat3.jpg [87]
State fruit Rhode Island Greening Apple Rhode Island Greening Apple outside.jpg [88]
South Carolina State fruit Peach Flavorcrest peaches.jpg 1984[89]
State vegetable Collard greens Collard-Greens-Bundle.jpg [90]
State snack food Boiled peanuts Boiled peanut.jpg 2006[91]
South Dakota State dessert Kuchen Streuselkuchen7.jpg 2000[92]
State bread Frybread Frybread.jpg 2005[93]
Tennessee State fruit Tomato Bright red tomato and cross section02.jpg 2003[94]
Texas State bread Corn bread Skillet cornbread (cropped).jpg 2005[95]
State dish Chili con carne Bowl of Chili No Beans.jpg 1977[95]
State fruit Texas Red Grapefruit Citrus paradisi (Grapefruit, pink) white bg.jpg 1993[95]
State health nut Native pecan Pecan-nuts-on-tree.jpg 2001[95]
State pastries Sopaipilla
and
Strudel
Sopapillas.jpg 2003-2005[95]
State cookie Mexican wedding cookie Russianteacakes.jpg
State pepper Jalapeño Jalapenyo.jpg 1995[95]
State native pepper Chiltepin Chiltepin mexico sonora.jpg 1997[95]
State pie Pecan pie Pecan pie slice.jpg 2013[96]
State snack Tortilla chips
and
salsa
Mission Tortilla Triangles.JPG
Mexico.Salsa.02.jpg
2003[95]
State vegetable Sweet onion Sweet onions 1.jpg 1997[95]
Utah State fruit Cherry Cherries summerland.jpg 1997[97]
State historic vegetable Sugar beet SugarBeet.jpg 2002[98]
State snack food Jell-O Day 18 - Still Eating The Green Jello (gifrancis).jpg 2001[99]
State vegetable Spanish sweet onion Sweet onions 1.jpg 2002[98]
Vermont State fruit Apple 95apple.jpeg 1999[100]
State pie Apple pie Apple pie.jpg 1999[101]
State vegetable Gilfeather Turnip 2016[102]
Virginia State beverage Milk Glass of milk on tablecloth.jpg 2017[103]
Washington State fruit Apple 95apple.jpeg 1989[104]
State vegetable Walla Walla sweet onion Sweet onions 1.jpg 2007[105]
West Virginia State fruit Golden Delicious apple Golden delicious apple.jpg 1995[106]
Wisconsin
State fruit Cranberry (vaccinium macrocarpon) Cranberry bog.jpg 2003[107]
State grain Corn (Zea mays) Zea mays.jpg 1989[107]
State pastry Kringle Kringle.jpeg 2013[107][108]
State dairy product Cheese Cheese.jpg

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  • In some cases where a reference in the chart above refers to more than one food item, it will be listed only with the first food item.

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