In 2014, North Carolina produced 4,380 tons of peaches on 1,100 acres, contributing $5.9 million to the state economy. Learn more about peach production:
North Carolina grows an average of 35 million pounds of peaches for the fresh market per year, ranking ninth nationally.
Sources: North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services, North Carolina Peach Growers Society
April 15, 2017 at 10:56 am
I would like to win the $50 gift certificate so I could try some of your products. I think that it is great for someone in NC to make products like these. I was born in NC – a small town (Snow Hill).
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