Chocolatiers Look to Asia for Growth
Humans may have first cultivated a taste for chocolate 3,000 years ago, but India and China have just gotten around to it. Compared to the sweet-toothed Swiss and Cadbury-crunching Brits, both of whom devour about 24 pounds (11 kg) of chocolate per capita annually, Indians consume a paltry 5.8 ounces and the Chinese a mere 3.5 oz (165g and 99g, respectively).
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