SB50: Little Rock makes list of top chili-consuming cities

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Chili is one of the top consumed products for Super Bowl Sunday, and a recent study released shows that Little Rock is one of the top cities to consume chili on the day of the big game. 

Leading up to Super Bowl Sunday, HORMEL® Chili Brand sees millions of pounds of chili leave their facilities across the U.S. to provide households with a game day snack. In fact, according to the company recent study, it sells 6,132,432 pounds of its product in the two weeks alone leading up to the game. That is enough to cover the entire field at Levi Stadium, which is the host for this year's 50th Anniversary Super Bowl game. 

Included in the study, Hormel showed the top 60 cities that consume the most chili for the Super Bowl. 

The list is as follows:

1.       Los Angeles, CA

2.       Chicago, IL

3.       Phoenix/Tucson, AZ

4.       New Orleans, LA/Mobile, AL

5.       Birmingham/Montgomery, AL

6.       Detroit, MI

7.       New York, NY

8.       Denver, CO

9.       Baltimore, MD/Washington D.C.

10.   Atlanta, GA

11.   Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX

12.   Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN

13.   Houston, TX

14.   Tampa/St. Petersburg, FL

15.   Las Vegas, NV

16.   San Diego, CA

17.   Philadelphia, PA

18.   Orlando, FL

19.   San Francisco/Oakland, CA

20.   Boston, MA

21.   Hartford, CT/Springfield, MA

22.   Grand Rapids, MI

23.   Richmond/Norfolk, VA

24.   Indianapolis, IN

25.   Milwaukee, WI

26.   Harrisburg/Scranton, PA

27.   Peoria/Springfield, IL

28.   Nashville, TN

29.   Roanoke, VA

30.   Memphis, TN

31.   Miami/Ft. Lauderdale, FL

32.   Cincinnati/Dayton, OH

33.   Sacramento, CA

34.   St. Louis, MO

35.   Raleigh/Greensboro, NC

36.   Jacksonville, FL

37.   Salt Lake City, UT

38.   Buffalo/Rochester, NY

39.   Knoxville, TN

40.   Toledo, OH

41.   Charlotte, NC

42.   Omaha, NE

43.   Louisville, KY

44.   Oklahoma City, OK

45.   Kansas City, KS

46.   Little Rock, AR

47.   Wichita, KS

48.   Columbus, OH

49.   Seattle/Tacoma, WA

50.   Tulsa, OK

51.   Des Moines, IA

52.   Pittsburgh, PA

53.   Portland, OR

54.   Cleveland, OH

55.   Syracuse, NY

56.   Albany, NY

57.   Green Bay, WI

58.   Providence, RI

59.   Spokane, WA

60.   Boise, ID

The Carolina Panthers will face off with the Denver Broncos on Sunday, February 7 at 5:30 p.m. CT at the Levi Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. 

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