Hotel Chocolat profits sweetened by demand for 'hedonistic chocolate'

Hotel Chocolat profits sweetened by demand for 'hedonistic chocolate'
 

The luxury chocolate chain said sales rose 12% to £91.1 million in the year to June 26, with pre-tax profits rising from £2.9 million to £8.2 million.
The group, which listed on the London Stock Exchange's Alternative Investment Market in May, added that sweet treats made with less sugar were also proving popular.
"We see an increasing trend that consumers want uncompromisingly delicious and hedonistic chocolate that's also made with responsible amounts of sugar," Hotel Chocolat said.
Founded in 1993, Hotel Chocolat runs 81 stores, a hotel in St Lucia and restaurants in London and... read more

 
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