The Vegetable market in the U.S. can be divided into two types. fresh market and processing. Examples of processed vegetables would be canned, frozen, or dehydrated. With a growing emphasis on the role of vegetables in the pursuit of good health, fresh market vegetable production continues to rise. The Upper Midwest and Pacific states are the largest producers of processed vegetables while California, Florida, Arizona, Georgia, and Texas lead the way in fresh market vegetables. Despite the variety of vegetables available year-round, when eating out, American's vegetable of choice is. fried potatoes.