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What is the most popular chocolate in New Zealand?

Whittakers Chocolates
New Zealand’s most loved chocolate. What is this? Whittakers Chocolates are the best known chocolates in New Zealand, and are now the number one New Zealand chocolate brand.

How many chocolate companies are there in NZ?

More than 135 chocolates assessed in the NZ Chocolate Awards – Restaurant Association of New Zealand.

Who are the manufacturers of chocolate?

  • Mars Wrigley Confectionery (USA)
  • Ferrero Group (Luxembourg / Italy)
  • Mondelēz International (USA)
  • Meiji Co Ltd (Japan)
  • Hershey Co (USA)
  • Nestlé SA (Switzerland)
  • Lindt & Sprüngli AG (Switzerland)
  • Pladis (UK)

Where is chocolate made in New Zealand?

Wellington Chocolate Factory. As the first bean-to-bar chocolate company in New Zealand, Wellington Chocolate Factory is old hat at creating chocolate that Kiwis love.

Is Cadbury chocolate made in NZ?

All the company’s eggs and chocolate are now either made in Australia or further afield, such as Creme Eggs coming from the United Kingdom. Cadbury chocolates were first made in New Zealand in 1930 when the British company linked up with Dunedin confectioner Richard Hudson and his Castle St Factory.

Is whittakers a NZ company?

Where is Whittaker’s chocolate made? All of our products are made at our factory in Porirua, New Zealand.

Who are the big chocolate manufacturers?

Top 10 largest chocolate companies

  • Orion Confectionery.
  • Pladis.
  • Lindt & Sprungli AG.
  • Nestle SA.
  • The Hershey Company.
  • Meiji Co Ltd.
  • Mondelez International.
  • Ferrero Group.

Which brand is the largest manufacturer of chocolate?

Leading chocolate companies worldwide 2016, based on market share. The candy company Mars controls a 14.4 percent share of the global chocolate market, making it the largest chocolate company in the world. Mars is famous for such chocolate candy brands as M&M’s, Snickers, and Twix to name a few.

Is Whittaker’s chocolate made in NZ?