Walmart reveals the most bizarre top-selling items in every state

  • Walmart.com analyzed the hottest-selling items in every state and found some unusual top sellers.
  • According to the data, New Yorkers love Cheerios, Californians love protein powder, and Ohioans are big fans of grape-flavored drink mix.

Walmart knows more about what Americans are buying than any other US retailer, thanks to its sheer size.

The company tracks shoppers' purchases across Walmart.com and its more than 4,700 US stores. In a recent analysis of Walmart.com data, the retailer identified the 25 hottest-selling items in every state and found some unusual top sellers.

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According to the data, New Yorkers love Cheerios, Californians love protein powder, and Ohioans are big fans of grape-flavored drink mix.

Mayonnaise is popular in North Carolina, french fried onions are big in DC, and vanilla frosting is a top seller in Washington.

Here are some of the most surprising top-selling items in every state, according to Walmart.

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