Chile sweetbreads have been the best selling fruit in the world for three decades
Chile has the second-best-selling sweetbread in the globe, according to a new study.
The sweetbread, known as cambioca, has been on a steady rise since the 1990s, as consumers have been craving sweet foods like bananas and dates for years.
But the sweetbread’s popularity is not limited to the South American nation.
In 2016, the sweetbakery made up 30% of the market share of the global sweetbread industry, according the US-based food and beverage consultancy Euromonitor International.
Chile’s sweetbread is also a major player in the global honey industry, accounting for about a third of the US honey market.
The number of honeybee hives has doubled since 1990, with a peak of more than 70 million in 2002.
But honeybee populations have been declining for the past 20 years, according a 2016 report from the US Geological Survey.
“The honeybee population is still on a downward trend, and in the past decade the honeybee decline has been very rapid, reaching a critical threshold, which is now a concern,” said Mark Goss, senior research scientist at Euromonitors.
“In 2018, there were only 4,000 honeybee colonies in Chile.
In 2020 there were 17,000.
In 2021 there were 13,000.”
The honey bee population in Chile has been steadily declining for years, with only around 2,000 remaining in the wild.
According to the US Department of Agriculture, honeybees contribute to more than 75% of pollination in Chile, and provide important pollination services to the country’s food crops.
But honeybees are also critical to the survival of many native species, and the collapse of honeybees could have serious implications for native species in the region.
Chiles government has been cracking down on honeybees, banning their use in some areas, and threatening to kill them in some cases.
But a new survey conducted by Euromonitions found that Chileans still love sweetbread.
“We believe the Chilean people love sweet bread.
They like it as much as any other food in the country,” said Goss.”
It is an absolute staple in their diet, but people in Chile still eat sweetbread on a daily basis.”
This sweetbread makes up one of the most popular sweetbread brands in the US, and it has a global market share that is twice as large as that of the next most popular brand.
“There are many sweetbread varieties in the U.S. and Europe, but Chile has many of the best-selling varieties in Europe,” said Euromoniters analyst Richard Faucher.
Chiloas sweetbread brand, Chile’s Chilenen, is the second most popular in the Americas behind Brazil’s São Félix.
The Chilens sweetbread has become a popular choice in the United States, as well.
According the US National Retail Federation, there are more than 4,300 bakeries and cafes selling Chilenos sweetbread globally, and they have become a staple in American restaurants.
The brand has also been a major contributor to the success of the popular snack-based snack brand Peanut Butter and Jelly, which sells for $5.99 a piece.
Chilenos Sweetbread, which originated in Chile in the 1950s, has also appeared in some of the world’s best-known food and drink brands, including Domino’s Pizza, Pretzels and McDonald’s.