Where do kidney beans come from?

Answer The largest producers of kidney beans today are the United States, China, India, Indonesia and Brazil. Kidney beans originated in Peru and were first spread into South and Central America by Indian... Read More »

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Where do garbanzo beans come from?

Although most of the world's garbanzo beans come from India, they are also grown in the United States. More than half of the American crop is grown in California, but they are also grown in Washing... Read More »

Where do cocoa beans come from?

Cocao beans are the seeds of the Theobroma cacao or cocoa tree, which is an evergreen tree that grows in the tropic region of the Americas. It grows primarily in the low foothills of the Andes Moun... Read More »

Where did the original Boston Baked Beans come from?

Original Boston Baked Beans are sugarcoated peanut candies. While the name "Boston Baked Beans" has come to be used as a generic name for the candies, the originals were developed by the Ferrara Pa... Read More »

Where are kidney beans grown?

Kidney beans originated in South America but can be grown in warmer climates in the U.S. Stockton and the Sacramento Valley in California are primary growing areas of light and dark kidney beans. P... Read More »