In revenue, what was the leading food crop in the Napa Valley after World War II?

A. Eggs

B. Beef

C. Grapes

D. Prunes


According to statistics compiled by the Napa County Agricultural Commissioner, the leading food product in the Napa Valley in 1945 was prunes with a value of $3,622,000. Although Prohibition had ended in 1933, by 1945 grapes ($2,600,000) still trailed prunes by a million dollars. And eggs ($2,553,750) weren’t far behind.

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