Map shows most popular Christmas candy in every state


‘Tis almost the season, sort of. And you know what that means.

Christmas candy. 

Although Christmas treats might not prove nearly as divisive as Halloween candy, there is a lot of variation in states’ preferences for seasonal candies. 

READ: Map shows most popular Halloween candies in every state

Candystore.com set out to map the most popular Christmas candies in every state, and Texas’ treat of choice may surprise you. 

Put the Pez down, and look at the map:

Source: CandyStore.com

In Texas the three most popular candies were Pez, Skittles and candy canes. 

Pez was also the No. 1 candy of choice for New Mexico, North and South Carolina, Louisiana, Arizona, Ohio and Wisconsin.

It’s a toy and a candy, every other state! What else do you want?

You can read about each state’s top candies here

Merry Christmas to you and each of your Pez dispensers, Austinites.


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