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Courtesy of Mount Olive Pickle Co.
Total sales: $18,237,160
Total sales: 10,267,640
Avg. price: $1.78
Right behind market leader Vlasic is North Carolina’s Mount Olive Pickle Co., maker of the top-selling pickle in the Southeastern U.S., according to the company website. Founded in 1926, Mt. Olive is the largest privately held pickle maker in the U.S. Its relish accounts for almost 16 percent of the total market.