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Britons The True Chocoholics of Europe

by Tanya Thomas on October 12, 2009 at 10:07 AM
 Britons The True Chocoholics of Europe

It has emerged that Britons splash out the maximum on chocolate when compared to their other European counterparts.

A Mintel survey revealed that Britons each spent an average 57 pounds on chocolate treats in 2008 - a huge total of 3.5billion pounds.


Belgians spent around 48 pounds per head on chocolate treats and the Germans only 41 pounds.

Even global recession has not put a dampener on Britain's chocoholics, reports The Daily Express.

Mintel experts have predicted a continued expansion in chocolate sales this year.

Source: ANI
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