You can’t hide those fingers coated with orange Cheetos dust any longer, Kansas City. A new study has named KC the “snackiest” city in the country.
Munch on that for a second.
The Denver-based mobile shopping app Ibotta crunched the numbers on more than 50 million receipts from the last three years to see how Americans spend their shopping bucks.
The results showed when and where to find the best prices on staple grocery items, how millennials’ shopping habits are evolving — they shop at Target more than any other age group — and which household items were purchased the most in cities across the country.
Thus, Kansas City is the “snackiest” city in America because it bought more pretzels, chips and cookies than anyone else.
Chattanooga, Tenn., is the “breadiest” town.
Tampa is the “booziest,” Tulsa the “meatiest.”
Some results seem rather obvious.
“Cheesiest” city? Green Bay, Wis.
Biggest purchaser of healthy and organic produce? Seattle.
“Vainest” city for all the beauty products bought there? Los Angeles.
But goes on in New Orleans?
It was dubbed the “dirtiest” city for all the cleaning products bought there — though shouldn’t that really earn them “cleanest” city honors?