Korean confectionary companies enjoyed brisk overseas sales in 2020 thanks to the popularity of Korean pop culture and food abroad, industry sources said Tuesday.
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Choco Pies, it seems, are recession-proof.
Sales of snacks, frozen food products and coffee beans have risen sharply as more people eat and drink at home during the prolonged coronavirus pandemic.
This year, various disinfection items and health supplements are offered by retailers to help students stay safe and strong during the pandemic. As usual, sweets and items for keeping warm are also dominating the market shelves.
Confectionery maker Orion achieved the highest third-quarter performance helped by soaring sales of its signature Choco Pie overseas.
Food and beverage companies are rolling out products that are high in protein to respond to heightened demand as the pandemic gives rise to health concerns — and people fretting about not getting enough physical activity.
Orion Holdings, parent company of Choco Pie manufacturer Orion, made its first foray into the biopharmaceutical industry through a partnership with a state-run Chinese company.
Don’t want to get out of your office chair every time you have a hankering for a Choco Pie, or some other confectionery delight? Now you don’t have to. There’s an online service for that. Actually, quite a few.
Russia's appetite for Choco Pies is more than just marketing spin. It's so real that Orion, maker of the pie, is building a third factory in the country.