Dollar Sales $2,272,630,000 % Change From Last Year 0.62 ndy, but sales growth has been waning against a backdrop of growing diet and health awareness. As consumers satisfy their sweet teeth with new dietetic varieties by the handful, it's growing sales of low-carb and sugar-free chocolate alternatives that are seen as helping keep the candy category afloat. Supermarkets continue to sell more than half the candy bought in food and drug stores and mass merchandisers combined, but dollar ...

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