February 2005
Brand Strategy;Feb2005, Issue 189, p42
Trade Publication
Focuses on the chocolate brands in Europe. Proportion of chocolate consumers in Spain; Increase in the percentage of British population on a diet; Number of country-specific brands in European territories.


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