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Sep 11, 2021

[Answer] The "Toothpick Capital of the World" used to be in which U.S. state?

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...1. Maine 2. New Hampshire 3. Connecticut 4. Texas




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Maine - Toothpicks have been around for thousands of years but when it came to the little wooden pick which we all know, a little town in Maine was the "Toothpick Capital of the World" for several decades. The years following World War II were a boom for the town of Strong, the manufacturing base of 95% of all wooden toothpicks used in the U.S. The town of just 1,000 people produced more than 75 billion of the tiny devices each year. It's all thanks to an American entrepreneur who realized that white birch was the perfect material for toothpicks, which happens to grow in Maine. By the 1980s, the toothpick market was fading and the final factory in Strong closed in 2003, marking the end of an era. :


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