Washington state grows about 60 percent of the apples in the United States. The United States in the worlds second largest producer of apples, with China leading the way.
Washington grows the most apples. In 2006, more than 5 billion pounds of apples were grown there, accounting for more than half of the total production in the US.
Washington state produces the most apples in a year. Overall, the state is responsible for about 42% of all the apples grown in the U.S., with about 60% of that grown for fresh consumption. The value of Washington grown apples is estimated to be about $2.2 billion yearly, sold in various forms worldwide. On average, about 28-32% of apples grown are exported to countries such as Canada, Mexico, South America, and those in the Asian Pacific Rim.
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