Answered By: Susie Wilson
Last Updated: Aug 16, 2018     Views: 30

Many governments publish this sort of information online, which means you'll want to get familiar with official government URLs and a bit of advanced searching in your search engine of choice.

 

Using Google as an example: Looking for the annual production rate of corn syrup in the United States? We know American governmental website URLs end in .gov, so searching "annual corn syrup production site:.gov" will search only websites that end in .gov, which will give you more reliable results than searching everything on the web.

 

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