Tomatoes and potatoes dominate U.S. vegetable consumption. In 2011, 86.3 pounds per person of tomatoes and 83 pounds of potatoes were available for Americans to eat. Three-quarters of the tomato supply was canned, and 58 percent of potatoes were frozen. French fries and pizza from fast-food restaurants contribute to the high consumption. The third highest vegetable, sweet corn, came in at 24.1 pounds per person.
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