Canadian chocolate consumption is on average 7.7 kilograms per person annually. In the coming years, Canadians are forecast to increase their chocolate consumption steadily. By 2028, consumption levels are predicted to increase to almost 9.7 kilograms per person. The annual consumer price index for sugar and confectionery in Canada was measured at 157.9 points in 2022 (Baseline is 100 points for the average of the year 2002). The inflation of prices for sugar and confectionary in Canada has steadily increased over the last two decades. The average annual expenditure on candies and chocolates varies by province. The highest expenditures are in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, where an average of 346 Canadian Dollars is spent per household on a yearly basis.
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