The list is out: Walmart has released a list of what were the most interesting products in 2017 to consumers in each state of the top 25 highest sellers on It’s a fun romp through the nation to see what people have a yearning for. Here’s what it looks like:

  1. Alabama: Crayons
  2. Alaska: RV and Antifreeze
  3. Arizona: LOL Surprise dolls
  4. Arkansas: Chocolate
  5. California: Protein Powder
  6. Colorado: M&M’s Peanut Chocolate Candy
  7. Connecticut: Ghost in the Shell DVD
  8. Delaware: Spiced Jelly Candy
  9. Florida: Sparkling Cider
  10. Georgia: Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Smart Stages Chair
  11. Hawaii: Barbie Farmer Doll
  12. Idaho: My Little Pony Mine Collection
  13. Illinois: Erasers
  14. Indiana: Instant Coffee
  15. Iowa: Water Softening Crystals
  16. Kansas: Ozark Trail Tumblers
  17. Kentucky: 4x6 Photo Prints
  18. Louisiana: Root Beer extract
  19. Maine: Brownie Mix
  20. Maryland: Glue Sticks
  21. Massachusetts: Refrigerators
  22. Michigan: Lavender Scented Cleaning products
  23. Minnesota: Flaming Hot Cheetos
  24. Mississippi: Oil Less Fryer
  25. Missouri: Lifesavers Candy
  26. Montana: Madden NFL Video Games
  27. Nebraska: Pressed Makeup Powder
  28. Nevada: Dog Treats
  29. New Hampshire: Cinnamon Flavored Toothpaste
  30. New Jersey: Pool Salt
  31. New Mexico: Cat Food
  32. New York: Cheerios
  33. North Carolina: Mayonnaise
  34. North Dakota: Watermelon Flavored Gum
  35. Ohio: Grape Flavored Drink Mix
  36. Oklahoma: Barbecue Sauce
  37. Oregon: Humidifiers
  38. Pennsylvania: Plastic Hangers
  39. Rhode Island: Christmas Lights
  40. South Carolina: Coin Bank
  41. South Dakota: Orange Juice
  42. Tennessee: Disney Infinity Powers Discs
  43. Texas: TV Wall Mounts
  44. Utah: Personal Travel Care Kits
  45. Vermont: Sweet Canned Corn
  46. Virginia: Coolers
  47. Washington: Vanilla Frosting
  48. West Virginia: My Life As Doll
  49. Wisconsin: Green Bay Packers Bath Mat
  50. Wyoming: Flannel Shirts

Only Wisconsin chose a sports team associated product, unsurprising since the town of Green Bay actually owns the team; Illinois, the home of Barack Obama, chose erasers; the reason is, as yet, unknown.