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  2. Vidalia Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    Vidalia certification mark Vi· da· lia və-ˈdāl-yə used for certain mild sweet yellow onions grown in Georgia Dictionary Entries Near Vidalia vida finch Vidalia vidame See More Nearby Entries Cite this Entry Style “Vidalia.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/Vidalia. Accessed 28 Dec. 2022.

  3. Vidalia, Georgia - Wikipedia

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    Vidalia played in the Georgia State League and won the 1953 League Championship. In the 1950s, Piggly Wiggly grocery stores opened a distribution center in Vidalia, bringing with it a large influx of jobs as well as railroad business. At that time, Vidalia served as an interchange junction between the Seaboard Air Line and the Georgia and Florida. For this, a large seven track yard was constructed, as well as a sizable engine servicing facility and interchange yard.

  4. Vidalia onion - Wikipedia

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    A Vidalia onion ( / vɪˈdeɪliə / or / vaɪˈdeɪliə /) is one of several varieties of sweet onion grown in a production area defined by law of the U.S. state of Georgia since 1986 and the United States Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Varieties include the hybrid Yellow Granex, varieties of Granex parentage, and similar varieties as recommended by the Vidalia Onion Committee and approved by the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture .

  5. Vidalia | Official Georgia Tourism & Travel Website | Explore Georgia.org Vidalia Known best for its sweet onion, Vidalia is full of local flavor and not just on the dinner plate. While in the Vidalia area, visit the historic downtowns of Vidalia, Lyons and Mount Vernon, and enjoy the variety of shops and dining options.

  6. What Is a Vidalia Onion and What Does It Taste Like? - Allrecipes

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    What Is a Vidalia Onion? A Vidalia onion is a type of sweet onion. It has a mild flavor, a uniquely flat shape, and a relatively high sugar content. The soil in Vidalia, Georgia has an unusually low amount of sulfur — that's why this variety is more sweet than sharp. It doesn't have the pungent, intensely acidic flavor of other onions.

  7. Sammy Kershaw - Vidalia - YouTube

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  8. Home Page | Vidalia Georgia

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    Home Page | Vidalia Georgia Your Government Mayor & City Council Mayor Council Member At Large Council Member, Ward 1 Council Member, Ward 2 Council Member, Ward 3 Council Member, Ward 4 Agendas & Minutes District / Ward Map City Organizational Chart Departments & Services Administration Airport City Marshal Convention & Visitors Bureau

  9. Vidalia, Louisiana - Wikipedia

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    Vidalia is home to Louisiana's first hydroelectric power plant and the largest prefabricated power plant in the world. A total of 41 countries and 21 states collaborated in this historic endeavor, the Sidney A. Murray, Jr. Hydroelectric Station, located in the southern portion of Concordia Parish. The power plant began operation in 1990.

  10. City of Vidalia - Official

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    Vidalia has grown tremendously in the last ten years economically, agriculturally, and industrially. We have strengthened our workforces by encouraging commercial growth in our community. The increasing popularity of bitcoin trading is also improving the economic and financial stability of people, thereby strengthening the community financially.

  11. Vidalia - Wikipedia

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    Vidalia, Georgia, micropolitan area, an area defined by the United States Census Bureau. Vidalia Regional Airport, in Georgia. Vidalia, Louisiana. Natchez–Vidalia Bridge, two twin cantilever bridges carrying US Routes 65, 84 and 425 across the Mississippi River between Vidalia, Louisiana and Natchez, Mississippi.