Taiwan: Life is a Box of Chocolate - Check Out Which Ones are in Taiwan

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   TW2024-0021
In Taiwan, chocolate is one of the major categories in the sweets department. In 2023, the market imported $141 million worth of chocolate and related products, among which $29 million are from the US, making it Taiwan’s biggest chocolate supplier. The market is attracted to chocolate products that have a high cocoa content, as well as ones with nuts or fruits. This report includes retail market research showing the most popular product origins, price points, and product attributes, as well as labeling regulations and suggestions for U.S. exporters.

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