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"Bagel Capital of the World" - Mattoon, IL
"Barbeque Capital of Texas" - Lockhart, TX
"Cereal Bowl of the World" - Battle Creek, MI
"Chile Capital of the World" - Hatch, NM
"Fried Chicken Capital" - Pittsburg, KS
"Fruit Cake Capital of the World" - Claxton, GA
"Grape Juice Capital of the World" - Westfield, NY
"Homemade Pie Capital of Minnesota" - Braham, MN
"Honey Capital of the Nation" - Randolph, NE
"Horseradish Capital of the World" - Collinsville, IL
"Horseradish Capital of the World" - Eau Claire, WI
"Ice Cream Capital of the World" - Le Mars, IA
"Jambalaya Capital of the World" - Gonzales, LA
"King Crab Capital" - Kodiak, AK
"Kolache Capital of Texas" - Caldwell, TX
"Kolacky Capital of the World" - Montgomery, MN
"Lobster Capital of the World" - Rockland, ME
"Lutefisk Capital of the World" - Madison, MN
"Mayhaw Capital of the World" - Colquitt, GA
"Morel Mushroom Capital of Wisconsin" - Muscoda, WI
"Pancake Capital of Texas" - Hawkins, TX
"Pie Capital of Louisiana" - Lecompte, LA
"Popcorn Capital" - North Loup, NE
"Razor Clam Capital" - Cordova, AK
"Rhubarb Pie Capital" - Sumner, WA
"Sauerkraut Capital" - Phelps, NY
"Sausage Capital of Nebraska" - Eustis, NE
"Sausage Capital of Texas" - Elgin, TX
"Snack Capital of the World" - Hanover, PA
"Swiss Cheese Capital of the U.S.A." - Monroe, WI
"The Sweetest Place on Earth" - Hershey, PA
"World's Popcorn Capital" - Marion, OH

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