If you’ve eaten more chocolate during the pandemic, you’re not alone.
The National Confectioners Association announced a spike in demand for chocolate during the COVID-19 crisis.
Chocolate sales surpassed all other candy from March through August.
While the overall candy market grew by 3.8 percent, non-premium chocolate expanded by 5.5 percent and premium chocolate sales rose by 12.5 percent.
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— WGN TV News (@WGNNews) September 1, 2020