Global Appetite for Cookies up 31.6% During COVID-19

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Global Appetite for Cookies up 31.6% During COVID-19

Global Appetite for Cookies up 31.6% During COVID-19

For National Cookie Day TOP Data analyzed consumer tracking data of visits to cookie stores, online shopping data, and a 1,000 person survey to determine people's increased appetite for cookies.

  • 31.6% The rise in Global Cookie demand during COVID
  • 25% The rise in American Cookie demand during COVID
  • 1 in 5 The amount of Americans who eat more than three cookies per day on average
  • 95% The percentage of Americans who eat a cookie every month

With National Cookie Day approaching, we delved into America’s love, or should we say obsession, with the cookie. You could say that America has been caught with its hand in the jar with our study revealing that almost 1 in 5 of us are devouring on average more than three cookies per day.

Utah tops the rankings as the state that is most addicted to cookies, closely followed by Idaho in second and Oregon in third. It seems that our love for cookies dilutes somewhat as you journey south, with many of the southern states ranking among those with the lowest appetite for the sweet treat. Louisiana ranked last, propping up South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and Texas just above them.

Favorite American Cookies

As we dug a little deeper, we discovered that Maine loves a chocolate chip more than any other state, with Alaska ranking top for sugar cookies, and Oklahoma craving a peanut butter cookie more than anywhere else.

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