Barnsley has been crowed the brussels sprout capital of England.
British food chain Morrisons has discovered the quaint town in South Yorkshire has scoffed almost 1.4 million of the green mini cabbages, traditionally put on the plate around the festive season, so far this year after calculating the figures based on the amount sold in their 504 stores.
Morrisons head chef Richard Jones said: "Sprouts are an integral taste of Christmas and no festive lunch would be complete without them. There are lots of them grown around Yorkshire and the Midlands so it's no surprise that the good people of Barnsley are such dedicated sprout lovers.
"In fact Yorkshire folk love a Sunday roast so that would explain why sprouts seem to be popular all year round."
Malvern, in Worcestershire, came in second place after gorging on 1,362,010 brussels sprouts between October 2014 and this September, while Diss in Norfolk was third.
The top ten brussels sprout scoffers are as follows;
Barnsley (South Yorkshire) 1,389,440
Malven (Worcs) 1,362,010
Diss (Norfolk) 1,357,525
Rotherham (South Yorks) 1,354,275
Cleethorpes (NE Lincs) 1,353,430
Hillsborough (Sheffield) 1,319,305
Coalville (Notts) 1,318,915
Willenhall (West Mids) 1,278,940
Gamston (Notts) 1,264,380
Gravesend (Kent) 1,263,665