The bureau said census data from 2010 shows 1,155 businesses produced chocolate and cocoa products in 2010 while 409 companies focused on the production of non-chocolate confectionary products.
The figures said shipments of chocolate and cocoa products from U.S. companies amounted to $13.5 billion in 2011.
The average U.S. citizen consumed 24.7 pounds of candy during 2010, the bureau said.
The figures also revealed there were 16,182 florist businesses in 2010 and $365,453,189 was spent on fresh cut roses in 2011.
Meanwhile, there were 23,739 jewelry stores in the United States in 2010, the bureau said, with $2.66 billion worth of merchandise being sold at such stores during the month of February last year.
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