From buttered popcorn to toasted marshmallow, Americans will consume a lot of jelly beans today.
According to candy distributor CandyStore.com, Americans consume more than 16 billion jelly beans on Easter.
Nationally, buttered popcorn is the favorite jelly bean flavor.
"Yes, it’s polarizing," the study says. "But it’s also America’s number one favorite jelly bean flavor. Thousands of people love this smooth, salty and savory jelly bean the best, while others scrunch up their noses when it’s mentioned. Some even write nasty comments about it in their survey form … :) But when the results were tallied, more people loved buttered popcorn flavor than any other."
The buttery bean flavor is followed by black licorice, cinnamon, watermelon and cherry.
In Kansas, cinnamon earned top honors.
"It gets hot as the dickens in Kansas — even when it comes to dessert," the study says. "The people of this middle-America state love them some cinnamon jelly beans."
The spicy jelly bean is followed by black licorice and watermelon, according to Candy Store.com.
See below to find out the favorite flavors of all 50 states.