How much of America’s cake does this state have to eat?

Here’s a map that shows how much California consumes from farms and other sources each year.

The state’s consumption comes largely from two crops, almonds and pistachios, as well as a third crop, strawberries and cherries.

And the state’s share of that consumption is declining as the U.S. economy has been improving.

The decline in California’s overall consumption is especially pronounced in the past five years, when California’s consumption dropped 2.7% annually.