How many of these foods did you eat today? Or, better yet, imagine a day with none of them. All are indigenous to the Americas.
blackberry and raspberry
blueberry, cranberry and huckleberry
corn/maize and popcorn
(cucurbits are tricky - they are a global family and given to natural hybridizing and sports)
sunflower, including Jerusalem artichoke
sweet potato (which is emphatically not yam - which is an African food plant - no matter what it says at your supermarket)
Some of these crops which we now grow traveled from South American and the Caribbean to Europe and beyond, then were transplanted to North America. This has confused their stories. But such a long list does make one pause and give thanks for the stewardship of first peoples in the western hemisphere.