Sales of Easter chocolates could rise 3-4%

Food

Sales of Easter chocolates could rise by 3-4% this year from HUF 3.2 billion in 2020, Sándor Sánta, the head of the Hungarian Sweets Makers Association said, according to agroinform.hu.

Sales of Easter sweets came to around HUF 4 bln in 2019, the year before the pandemic hit. In volume terms, sales are projected to reach around 850 tonnes this year compared to 822 tonnes in 2020.

In earlier years, sales reached 1,000 tonnes, more than 50% higher than sales of seasonal Christmas chocolates.

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