Summary - Canadian Industry Statistics

Non-Chocolate Confectionery Manufacturing - 31134

Definition

This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing non-chocolate confectionery.

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    Example Activities:
    Candied fruits and fruit peel, manufacturing
    Candy (except chocolate), manufacturing
    Candy bars (except chocolate), manufacturing
    Candy stores (except chocolate), candy made on the premises, not for immediate consumption
    Chewing gum, manufacturing
    Confectionery, non-chocolate, manufacturing
    Corn confections (i.e., candy-coated), manufacturing
    Cough drops (except medicated), manufacturing
    Fruit peel products (e.g., candied, glazed, crystallized), manufacturing
    Fruits (e.g., candied, glazed, crystallized), manufacturing
    Fudge (except chocolate), manufacturing
    Granola bars and clusters (except chocolate-coated), manufacturing
    Gum, chewing, manufacturing
    Marshmallows, manufacturing
    Nuts, covered (except chocolate covered), manufacturing
    Popcorn balls and other candy-covered popcorn products, manufacturing
    Synthetic chocolate, manufacturing
    Toffee, manufacturing

    Exclusions

    No exclusions are specified in the 2012 NAICS Canada manual.

Information on the number and size of businesses for 2016.

Establishments

113

0-99 Employees

85.5%

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Average revenue

$749.6
thousand

Profitable

77.1%

Salaries and wages

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Manufacturing

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Access 2017 trade information on imports and exports.

Exports

$1.0
billion

Imports

$688.9
million
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