Continuing on my theme of visits to carnivals in different countries-- back to the United States!
At the Big E each of the states of New England is represented in a permanent pavilion that showcases the bounty of that state. (Doesn't it look like there should be two "l"s in pavilion?)
It seems that most of New England is proud to produce at least maple syrup and seafoods (except for Vermont which boasted dairy products, apples, and wool goods with their syrup, not seafood.) The unhealthy carnival food vendors were mostly all outside, while the food vendors in the state pavilions tended to offer more local, in- season, regional offerings.