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Top 5 Most Popular Vegetables, According to New Data

According to the latest data, there are 5 superfoods that are popular among citizens of the world. Keep on reading to learn more!

Binita Kumari

There are a bunch of superfoods to choose from when going on a healthy diet. However, according to the latest data, there are 5 superfoods that are popular among citizens of the world. So if you aren’t already including these veggies in your meal, this is your sign to start right now. Keep on reading to learn more!


Asparagus is the sixth most popular vegetable in America, according to 50 percent of survey respondents. This is fantastic news because asparagus is high in folate, iron, phosphorus, potassium, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, and zinc, among other vitamins and minerals.

If you've ever wanted to include asparagus in your weekly menu, here's how to choose the nicest stalks and cook it precisely every time.

Sweet potatoes

Sweet potatoes are in the fourth position on the list of most popular vegetables, with 53% of the vote. Sweet potatoes are strong in beta carotene, which can help with immunity, as well as a variety of other vitamins and minerals.


Over half of the respondents (55%) enjoy eating spinach. Spinach is a delicate vegetable that is sometimes neglected, but it has numerous health benefits. It can lower blood pressure and also lower the risk of heart disease.

It can also protect your eyesight as you age. It's well worth your time to understand how to use this superfood. Begin with this simple spinach recipe with garlic and lemon.


Carrots are the second most popular vegetable in America, trailing only 1% behind the most popular choice (more on that later), and people use them for everything.

Carrots are the most dippable veggie, according to 34% of respondents, and they are also the most likely veggie to be included in a vegetable tray. Furthermore, they are Millennia’s favorite vegetable.


Broccoli is the most popular vegetable in America, with 70% of the respondents stating they enjoy the cruciferous vegetable.

It also provides a slew of health benefits, such as providing a boost of vitamins and minerals including A, B6, manganese, folate, and potassium to the body.

Here's a tip: you can roast almost any vegetable! The sugars will caramelize and become delicious as a result of the high heat.

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