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and global chocolate makers are taking notice shop keepers in cities and villages are now selling brands like caprese dairy milk and silk which cost up to a hundred and seventy rupees or nearly to U. S. dollars writers correspondence to dot com yes sending in front of friends store or none at then tells me that they have started stalking got very sick he says many people come in asking specifically with a and these of code that is a working class that is twenty five and above and we have the right snack for every Indian as India's number one chocolate maker Illinois beast mondo lease international which owns Cadbury is in a sweet spot commanding sixty six percent of the market followed by Nestle and Ferrero to retain its dominance monthly's told Reuters that the big bulk of a hundred and fifty million dollar increase in global investment this year will be in rural India thirty was initially Monday leases even introducing new products last month launched and no sugar dairy milk bar addressing a growing market for help your products in India right nine percent of adults have diabetes it has also been handing out free branded display coolers to shopkeepers , one annual chocolate sales in India totaled one point nine billion dollars in two thousand and eighteen it's still a fraction of the U. S. market for chocolates which stands at a whopping nineteen point two billion dollars but with the population nearly four times larger than the U. S. companies like Monday lease are betting that India's appetite for chocolates will continue to grow