From January to November 2018, Brazilian confectionery sales to the foreign market grew 40.5 percent in volume and 37.5 percent in value, compared to the same period in 2017. By 2017, the industry’s sales abroad had already grown 19.44 percent in value compared to 2016.

“Companies are using healthier and higher-quality ingredients, as demand for differentiated products and consumer claims increases,” says Ubiracy Fonsêca, president of ABICAB. “Investments in new lines and the rebirth of the cocoa industry, with a sustainable production that preserves our forests, also contribute to a portfolio of quality products and sophistication, as well as genuinely Brazilian flavors that will be presented at the ISM.”

Below is a look at some of the new products featured at the Brazilian Pavilion at ISM.


Megalito Cookies and Cream: 20-g. Lollipop Cookies and Cream flavored with chocolate chewy candy.


For Fit Flakes Protein, covered with 50 percent cocoa chocolate with whey protein and isolated protein from soy. They’e gluten free and featured no added fat or sugar.


The traditional caramel maker launched three products at the fair, including:

  • Premium caramel espressos coffee flavor
  • Premium caramel passion fruit mousse flavor
  • Salted butter caramel


Coloreti Granuleti, chocolate compound lentils.


Cherry Pop Energy 14 gram: These lollipops are filled with bubble gum and feature a unique energy flavor. Each package comes with 50 units per bag and 24 bags per carton.