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10 Countries That Export the Most Chocolate in the World

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Chocolate is one of the most popular ingredients and flavors in the world, so I’m sure you would like to know the 10 countries that export the most chocolate in the world. Total exports of chocolate during the year 2015 amounted to an astounding number of $25.3 billion and the top 10 chocolate exporting countries accounted for 70.5% of these exports.

Furthermore, export of chocolate has increased by 8.2% over the last four years. These figures stand testimony to the increasing demand of chocolate in the world. Tempered chocolate or chocolate syrup, white chocolate or dark chocolate, it is the one food type that is loved by most in every form. Chocolate is used in all sorts of desserts like cakes, cookies, mousse and pudding. In fact, modern chefs have begun using this decadent ingredient in savory food as well, increasing its utility tenfold. In addition to this, chocolate has become the core essence of many holidays as well, such as Valentine’s Day when boxes of chocolate in various shapes and sizes are gifted to one’s significant other, and Easter when delicious chocolate eggs are handed out. With the innumerable uses of chocolate, it is no wonder that chocolate is an $83 billion a year business.

Countries That Export the Most Chocolate in the World

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The fact that is interesting is that 73% of total chocolate exports originate from European countries, even though two-thirds of the world’s cocoa beans (the basic component required for chocolate production) come from West Africa, 30% from the Ivory Coast alone. The reason is that these African countries do not have any chocolate processing plants which can produce finished goods of export quality. Europe, in turn, has many of such plants, which have put countries of this continent on top of the market. This means that the US has been pushed down the list. However, America still remains the top exporter of corn. For further details, you can refer to our list of 10 countries that export the most corn in the world.

Without further ado, let us find out these countries that export the most chocolate in the world. We have accumulated data from World’s Top Exports where the countries have been arranged according to their export value in dollars.

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