New data from the National Confectioners Association shows that Halloween chocolate and candy sales are up this year. For the latest four weeks ending September 6 versus the same period in 2019, total Halloween chocolate & candy sales are up 13% – growth that is driven by Halloween chocolate, which is up 25.3%.
“There will be regional differences across the country in the way that people choose to celebrate the Halloween season throughout the month of October. Whether this means trick-or-treating, more candy bowl moments at home with family and close friends, or just more time celebrating the season throughout the month of October, one thing is for sure – Halloween is happening. We are pleased that the LA County Health Department reassessed its earlier decision that truly lacked any sort of creativity when it comes to trick-or-treating and Halloween safety.”
Award-Winning Streaming Series Goes Behind the Scenes of Consumers’ Favorite Chocolate and Candy Factories WASHINGTON – Closing out season one of its award-winning streaming video series, The Sweet Life, the National Confectioners Association today announced that three new episodes of…
With the Halloween season upon us, there is no doubt that people have questions about what to expect. Whether this year means more time at home or just more time celebrating the season throughout the month of October, Halloween Central has you covered with inspiration for a creative and safe Halloween.
New data from the National Confectioners Association shows sales of chocolate and candy have increased during the pandemic as people across the country look for ways to add a little bit of joy to what has been a very serious and uncertain time. Consumers appreciate and value chocolate and candy during these uncertain times because of their uncanny ability to boost moods and lighten perspectives, according to new data from NCA.
Two independent polls found that consumers are more excited than ever to celebrate the Halloween season. According to a survey from Insight to Action, 70 percent of moms plan to celebrate the Halloween season with their children this year.
The National Confectioners Association’s Young Professionals Network has opened the application for the 2021 class of its Future Leadership Program, which provides professional development resources, including mentorship opportunities and complimentary registration to NCA’s signature events, to young professionals aspiring to leadership roles in the confectionery industry.
A poll conducted by Morning Consult on behalf of the National Confectioners Association found that 63% of adults believe that people will find creative, fun, and safe ways to celebrate the Halloween season this year.
The National Confectioners Association announced today that Alyssa Clevenger has joined NCA’s Public Policy & Government Affairs team as senior manager of political affairs. In this capacity, she will support NCA’s political efforts and manage NCA’s CandyPAC, the confectionery industry’s political action committee and one of the top five largest food & beverage PACs.
As National Candy Month comes to a close, the National Confectioners Association has revealed a bold new visual identity and refreshed website as part of its newly announced five-year strategic plan, titled “Thrive in 2025.” The new brand includes bright, candy-colored hues that capture the fun and unique nature of the confectionery industry and give a stylized take on the classic treats enjoyed by millions of Americans each year.
National Confectioners Association President & CEO John Downs today released the following statement praising the leadership of Governor Wolf and Governor DeWine and calling on elected officials at all levels of government to follow their example.