U.S. candy companies open factories abroad to stay afloat

U.S. candy makers are moving production abroad due to high domestic sugar prices and a global surplus outside of the country. Confectionery industry jobs in the U.S. dropped 22% from 1998 to 2011 as candy companies move operations to countries including Mexico, Guatemala and Thailand to survive. Some candy manufacturers fault government price supports for domestic sugar producers.

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