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Per capita consumption of chocolate and confectionery in Sweden 2007-2017

Per capita consumption of chocolate and confectionery in Sweden from 2007 to 2017 (in kilograms)

by M. Ridder, last edited Mar 21, 2019
Per capita consumption of chocolate and confectionery in Sweden 2007-2017 This statistic shows the per capita consumption of chocolate and confectionery in Sweden from 2007 to 2017. In 2017, the consumption volume of chocolate and confectionery in Sweden amounted to roughly 15 kilograms per capita. Over the ten year period, sweets consumption remained stable. A peak was recorded in 2012, when the consumption volume was 17.4 kilograms per capita. Retail sale of chocolate, confectionery and ice cream in Sweden rose annually and nearly doubled during the past 10 years, as it amounted to 16 billion Swedish kronor in 2007 and rose up to about 28 billion Swedish kronor in 2017.

One of the leading players on the Swedish confectionery market is Cloetta. The company gains most of its revenue with the sale of sugar confectionery, but also with chocolate, pastilles and chewing gum under brands like Läkerol, Jenkki or Polly. It operates not only in the Nordic countries, but also in the Netherlands and Italy.
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by M. Ridder, last edited Mar 21, 2019
This statistic shows the per capita consumption of chocolate and confectionery in Sweden from 2007 to 2017. In 2017, the consumption volume of chocolate and confectionery in Sweden amounted to roughly 15 kilograms per capita. Over the ten year period, sweets consumption remained stable. A peak was recorded in 2012, when the consumption volume was 17.4 kilograms per capita. Retail sale of chocolate, confectionery and ice cream in Sweden rose annually and nearly doubled during the past 10 years, as it amounted to 16 billion Swedish kronor in 2007 and rose up to about 28 billion Swedish kronor in 2017.

One of the leading players on the Swedish confectionery market is Cloetta. The company gains most of its revenue with the sale of sugar confectionery, but also with chocolate, pastilles and chewing gum under brands like Läkerol, Jenkki or Polly. It operates not only in the Nordic countries, but also in the Netherlands and Italy.
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