In Pennsylvania, children consume an average of 22.862 sugary snacks each week, which is the highest average of any state in the United States. Closely following Pennsylvania would be Kentucky (17.757 sugary snacks weekly) and Idaho (16.439 sugary snacks weekly). In this new infographic, the team at Main Street Children's Dentistry & Orthodontics set out to find where in the United States that children consume the most sugary snacks. Per their research, other states with high weekly averages for how many sugary snacks children are consuming includes Alabama, New Jersey, New York, Illinois, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and North Dakota to fill out the ten states with the highest rates. According to the American Heart Association, added sugar comes from foods like snacks and sweets (31%), soft drinks (25%), fruit drinks (11%), coffee and tea (7%), and sports and energy drinks (3%). Where did your home state fall on this ranking of states based on their average weekly sugar intake for kids?