Jalisco is home to 14% of the companies dedicated to the production of sweets and chocolates, which generate 58% of the national production and employ more than 17 thousand people, which represents 34% of the labor sources in the entire country, said Alicia Páramo, general director of the National Association of Manufacturers of Chocolates.
She explained that the state is a national leader and contributes 58% of the production of sweets and chocolates, according to the 2019 economic censuses of the INEGI and "in Jalisco, important confectionery companies of international relevance are established. In Mexico, there . . .