CHICAGO, IL - DECEMBER 12: Bottles of Sriracha hot chili sauce are shown on December 12, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. Huy Fong Foods, the maker of Sriracha, says it can't ship any more of its sauce until next month because in California, where the sauce is produced, the Department of Public Health is now enforcing stricter guidelines that require sauces be held for 35 days before they are shipped. (Photo Illustration by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Lovers of chicken wings and all other things spicy, get excited! National Hot Sauce Day is coming up on January 22 and Instacart has researched the most popular sauces per state.

According to their data as reported by HuffPost, the most popular hot sauce all around in the U.S. is Hoy Fung Sriracha, which is huge in 31 western states. If you like spicy things, you definitely know that sauce.

The second most popular in the country is Frank’s Red Hot, which takes the top spot in 14 states in the country. And while I do love some good ol’ Red Hot, you really can’t beat the #1 in both North and South Carolina…

Texas Pete!!

Instacart also found the states that buy the most and least hot sauce. People living in North Dakota, Colorado, and New Mexico order the most. Meanwhile, people in Hawaii, South Dakota, Iowa, Arkansas, and Oklahoma surprisingly ordered the least.

They also found that 74% of U.S. adults use hot sauce with their meals. 64% of those people are very passionate about their preferred brand, but a majority of people are open to trying other brands.

Do you use it on your food? What is your preferred brand?

Source: HuffPost

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