Washington grows over 300 different kinds of fruits, vegetables and seeds. That`s more than any other state except California! That’s more than any other state except California. Celebrating Washington agriculture by helping you get to know the magnificent food grown in this beautiful state of ours and learn more about our farm families along the way. About one third of food grown in Washington is exported around the world. Because of rich soils and ideal climates, Washington is the third largest exporter of food and agricultural products in the US. Washington State is equal distance from Europe and Asia, connected by 75 public ports, 139 airports and 3666 miles of railways. The area is well situated to deliver Washington grown crops, food and beverage products quickly to destinations around the world. Scroll down to learn about just a few, (apples, wheat, potatoes, processed vegetables and mint) of the Washington grown foods eaten throughout the world!