With more than 144,000 acres, Georgia ranks number one in the nation for pecans, producing more than any other state for 17 consecutive years.

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Pecan you believe it?

Able to bear edible nuts for over 300 years each, pecan trees were planted in Southwest Georgia in the early 1900s. Today, most production is centered in Albany and Dougherty County — known as the “Pecan Capital of the World.”

Not just a sweet treat.

Sure, their worldwide fame comes from pies, but pecans are actually nutrient-packed too, with more than 19 vitamins and minerals. (Side note: Although pecan trees are native to North America, French settlers baked the first pecan pies.)

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