• Mints May Not Be as Popular as Chocolate, But in The Candy Industry There is Much Revenue to Gain

    The candy industry holds a very large economic value in the United States, including candy of all types is very broad, with billions spent on candy annually. American candy consumption is so large that the option of selling candy provides much potential for issues like fundraising for school groups and teams, charities, and professional sports teams. While the professional sales of candy provide billions in revenue, there is much to gain from bulk candy sales so that all of these groups can benefit from re-selling it.

    The American Love for Candy

    So, there is much to consider for the amount of candy eaten annually on average by each American adult. This in total covers about 65% of all the candy produced, whether it is the mints used for fresh breath and mouth refreshing or the chocolate that is known to be the most commonly consumed. Knowing that one person eats about 25 pounds of candy every year, with about half of that being chocolate, there is still much more to be co Continue Reading