In 2011, the U.S. chocolate market grew 6.0% to $19.3 billion. But certain segments scored much better. Premium chocolate sales rose 10.0% to $2.7 billion, while imports of ethically produced cocoa rocketed up 156% to 5,127 metric tons. These are some of the findings in Vreeland & Associate’s latest chocolate industry analysis report.
The 2-page U.S. Chocolate Market Factsheet contains all the key industry indicators essential for creating a compelling company business or marketing plan: 2011 sales and forecast estimates, as well as discussion of segment sales drivers and emerging product trends. It is attractively priced at $195 and available for immediate download at Vreeland & Associates iKiosk.