The 15 most popular chocolate bars in Australia

Peter Terlato 21 August 2016

Chocolate Cadbury Bar

It's Cadbury's world, and we just eat in it.

The sugary stats and flavoursome figures are in. Aussies love Cadbury chocolate.

Roy Morgan Research's delectable data reveals more than half (52.8%) of all Australians admit to consuming at least one chocolate bar in an average four-week period.

In the 12 months to March 2016, 17.4% of Aussies ate at least one Cadbury 50g chocolate bar in an average four-week period.

Cadbury bars were significantly more popular than other competing chocolates, including Kit Kat (12.8%), Cherry Ripe (11.8%), Mars (9.3%) and Snickers (6.7%).

To boot, 10 of the 15 most widely consumed chocolate bars are owned by Cadbury.

The research reveals the majority (55.8%) of chocolate-bar eaters also devour chocolate blocks in an average four weeks too, while more than a quarter (25.7%) consume boxed chocolates.

There's even a modest number (17.1%) that gorge on both the block and boxed varieties on top of their bar/s.

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