The Statista Global Consumer Survey reveals that Europeans and Russians have some of the biggest sweet tooths among nations. Germany was home to the most people who said they consumed sweets and chocolate regularly at 61 percent. The survey carried out in different waves in 2020 and 2021 included 66 countries and territories.
Inhabitants of Asian countries were less likely to say that they ate sweets or chocolate regularly. 40 percent in Japan, 30 percent in China and only 19 percent in South Korea said so. This made South Koreans the nations with the least avid sweets consumers in the survey.