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Candy and chocolate average unit price in the U.S. 2018, by segment

Average price per unit of candy and chocolate in the United States in 2018, by segment (in U.S. dollars)

by Jan Conway, last edited May 2, 2019
Candy and chocolate average unit price in the U.S. 2018, by segment The price for chocolate candy outpaced non-chocolate in 2018, averaging 2.26 U.S. dollars per unit compared to 1.84 for non-chocolate. In private label, chocolate candy was also priced higher than non-chocolate, although the spread between prices was greater. Private label chocolate candy was priced at an average of 2.77 dollars per unit compared to 1.4 for non-chocolate.
Average price per unit explained

The average unit price of a product is derived by dividing the total sales by the number of units sold. This data is valuable in helping to understand pricing of a product that may be sold in multiple formats of size and packaging. By calculating average unit price such variance is neutralized and product prices can be fairly compared. In the example above for instance, sales of private label chocolate candy totaled 188.2 million U.S. dollars and unit sales totaled 67.9 million units. The former divided by the latter does indeed average 2.77 dollars per unit.
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by Jan Conway, last edited May 2, 2019
The price for chocolate candy outpaced non-chocolate in 2018, averaging 2.26 U.S. dollars per unit compared to 1.84 for non-chocolate. In private label, chocolate candy was also priced higher than non-chocolate, although the spread between prices was greater. Private label chocolate candy was priced at an average of 2.77 dollars per unit compared to 1.4 for non-chocolate.
Average price per unit explained

The average unit price of a product is derived by dividing the total sales by the number of units sold. This data is valuable in helping to understand pricing of a product that may be sold in multiple formats of size and packaging. By calculating average unit price such variance is neutralized and product prices can be fairly compared. In the example above for instance, sales of private label chocolate candy totaled 188.2 million U.S. dollars and unit sales totaled 67.9 million units. The former divided by the latter does indeed average 2.77 dollars per unit.
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