Did You Know?
Did you know that you can tell whether an egg is fresh or stale by dropping it in water? May is National Egg Month, and we’re celebrating with some fun farm facts about eggs.
Did you know garlic is both a vegetable and an herb? April is National Garlic Month (Garlic Day is April 19). Celebrate with a few garlic fun facts.
Agriculture is one of the United States’ most important industries, employing 17 percent of the country’s total work force. Here are fun facts and statistics about U.S. agriculture.
To keep up with projected population growth, more food will have to be produced in the next 50 years as the past 10,000 years combined. Find out more about the efforts of today’s United States farmers.
Find out how many shirts, $100 bills and other items that one bale of cotton can produce, along with other cotton fun facts and stats.
U.S. farmers in more than 30 states grow soybeans, making soybeans the country’s top value crop export. Find out more soybean facts and stats.
Horseradish is a member of a venerable botanical family, Brassicaceae, which includes broccoli, cabbage, mustard and wasabi. Read on for more horseradish fun facts.
Bread and pasta are the obvious ones, but here’s a list of some surprising foods that contain gluten and should be avoided for a gluten-free diet.
Egg facts infographic provides a look at global egg consumption habits along with tidbits about eggshell color and how to tell if your eggs are fresh.
In 2010 the United States produced a whopping 8.6 million pounds of the breath-fresheners. Here are some more fun facts about mint.
The potato is the most important non-cereal crop for feeding the world, ranking behind corn, wheat and rice. Read on for other potato fun facts.
Learn about the different types of corn, including field corn, sweet corn and popcorn.