Key Market Indicators
Greek imports of chocolate are expected to reach $140 million by 2026, a slight 0.1% increase from 2021's $139 million. This demand has been rising an average of 1.3% each year since 1993. In 2021, Greece was the 43rd largest importer of chocolate, with Oman just ahead at $139 million. Germany, France and the UK were the second, third and fourth largest importers respectively. Exports of Greek chocolate are expected to rise to $52 million by 2026, a 2.3% increase from 2021's $45 million. Since 1993, chocolate supplies have increased 4.1% each year. In 2021, Greece was the 49th largest exporter of chocolate, with Kazakhstan just above at $45 million. Belgium, Italy and the Netherlands were the second, third and fourth largest exporters respectively.