Oregon Is the #1 State by Burger Consumption, New Data Shows

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Oregon is known for its beautiful landscapes, delicious craft beer, and now, its love of burgers. According to new data, Oregon is the number one state in the nation when it comes to burger consumption. This data shows that Oregonians are passionate about their burgers, and it’s no surprise that they are leading the nation in burger consumption. From classic fast food burgers to gourmet creations, Oregonians are embracing the burger in all its forms. In this article, we’ll explore the data behind Oregon’s burger consumption and take a look at some of the state’s most popular burger joints.

Oregon Is the #1 State by Burger Consumption, New Data Shows

A new report from the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) has revealed that Oregon is the #1 state in the nation when it comes to burger consumption. According to the report, Oregonians consumed an average of 8.3 burgers per person in 2018, which is the highest rate in the country.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The NCBA report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

The report also found that the average American consumed 6.2 burgers in 2018, which is a slight decrease from the 6.4 burgers consumed in 2017. The report also found that the states with the highest burger consumption rates were Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

It’s difficult to overstate the popularity of burgers in the U.S. According to a YouGov survey (conducted by White Castle), an incredible 20 billion burgers are consumed in the U.S. annually—an average of 60 patties per person. Far from an occasional indulgence, burgers are practically their own category on the food pyramid.

But which state ranks the highest in terms of burger consumption? And are there any outliers in the data, skewing the national average to the right? Food and recipe website Pantry & Larder has crunched the numbers and has ranked all 50 states (and the District of Columbia) by burgers consumed per person.

Oregon topped the list, with an average of 79 burgers consumed per citizen per year. Arizona and Utah were a close second and third, at 77 and 75 burgers per person, respectively, and Utah, New Mexico, and Michigan rounded out the top five. All told, a strong showing for the West and Southwest.

On the bottom end, meanwhile, D.C. claimed the lowest burger consumption rate, with an average of just 36 burgers per person—well under half the rate of Arizona. New York came in second-to-last, at just 41 burgers per person, and Massachusetts was third-to-last, at 42 burgers.

To calculate the rankings, Pantry & Larder started with the YouGov estimate and apportioned the 200 billion patties state by state. To determine each state’s correct portion, Pantry & Larder factored in average demand for burgers (calculated using Google Trends), and incidence of burger restaurants (calculated with OpenStreetMap API).

In terms of average burger demand and incidence of burger restaurants, the rankings were similar to those for burger consumption. According to the study, burger demand is highest in Nevada, Utah, and Oregon (and lowest in Wyoming and Vermont). Burger restaurants are most numerous in Arizona, where there are about 10.4 burger restaurants per 100,000 residents, and scarcest in D.C., where there are just 2.4.

Does your state rank on the list track with your own rate of burger consumption? Either way, with Labor Day right around the corner, burgers are (very likely) in your not-too-distant future.

Owen Duff

Owen Duff is a freelance journalist based in Vermont, home of Ben & Jerry’s. Read more

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