MarketLooks: The U.S. Candy and Gum Market

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Published May 1, 2000 | 17 Pages | Pub ID: ML0919

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Compiled From: The U.S. Candy and Gum Market"
Abstract from full report:

Packaged Facts dissects the $23.5-billion market for chocolate candy, hard candy, soft candy, mints and gum, covering both the mass-market and gourmet levels. Market size, growth and composition are tabulated, with sales projections through 2004. Competition at the retail level as a major impetus to market growth is covered in full, as are consumer demographics by product type, brand and usage levels.

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  1. The Products
  2. Market Size and Growth
  3. Market Composition
  4. Projected Market Growth
  5. Marketers Shares
  6. Marketing and New Product Trends
  7. Distribution and Retail
  8. The Consumer
  9. Competitive Profiles

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