If you want a one-stop shop, Walmart is probably your go-to. In their more than 5,000 stores nationwide, they carry everything from brownie mix to riding lawn mowers. And because so many people visit their thousands of locations, they're able to gather a heck of a lot of data about our shopping habits.
Recently, the company looked at the numbers and determined what item was the top seller in each state. They released that information to Business Insider — and the results are equal parts hilariously accurate and just plain bonkers.
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According to Business Insider, some items that were popular across all the states were mulch, vacuums, pillows, and microwave ovens. Those all seem like no-brainers, right? But don't worry, the rest of the results are absolutely anything but boring.
For example, the best-selling item in California is Zyrtec, an allergy medication. Business Insider didn't comment on why any of the top sellers were what they were, but you can probably chalk that up to the terrible smog in parts of the state or the year-round warmer weather, but we also think it's just because there are so many darn people in the state (39 million in 2016!).
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While the California example seemingly makes sense, states like Oregon and South Dakota are real head scratchers. Oregon's top seller is Chex Mix and South Dakota's top seller is lemon cake. While we love both of those things, nothing about either state indicates why citizens seem to love those foods so much. Maybe we'll have to move to one of those states soon?
Another heartwarming and wholesome example is Illinois, which seems to really love its puzzle storage units. Sure, doing 1,000-piece puzzles on a rainy day is a nice brain teaser, but who knew Illinoisans were such puzzle fanatics?
What's the top-selling item in your state? See the results below.
Alabama: Cake mixes
Alaska: Bath decor
Arkansas: Baby products
Colorado: Apple juice
Florida: Connected home
Illinois: Puzzle storage
Indiana: Hand sanitizer
Maine: Peanut butter and jelly
Maryland: Certificate holders
Massachusetts: Tennis balls
Michigan: Life jackets
Minnesota: Folding chairs
Mississippi: Cran-energy juice
Missouri: Disposable washclothes
Montana: Laundry detergent
Nebraska: Beverage tumblers
Nevada: Canned pumpkin
New Hampshire: Nasal spray
New Jersey: Dumbbells
New Mexico: Golf balls
New York: Connected home
North Carolina: Electric knifes
North Dakota: Drink mixes
Oregon: Chex Mix
Rhode Island: Jell-O
South Carolina: Garage door openers
South Dakota: Lemon cake
Tennessee: Traffic safety cones
Texas: Wedding invitations
Vermont: Luggage racks
Virginia: Baby puffs cereal
West Virginia: Ramen noodles
Wyoming: Freezer packs
h/t Business Insider
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