"Its 19 million residents make Australia the 51st largest country. But the country's sweet tooth ranks No. 9 worldwide for chocolate consumption and No. 11 for sugar confectionery (everything sweet).
In Australia's fiscal year 2001 (July 2000-June 2001), the country imported $189 million worth of confectionery (sugar, chocolate and chewing gum), out of the total $1.25 billion sold. The United States supplied $20 million worth of these imports, making Australia our 15th largest confectionery market, with chocolate sales of $13 million, sugar $6 million, and gum $1 million.
Nine out of 10 Australians regularly consume confectionery, 80 percent of it in the chocolate and ... "

Chocolate consumption statistics: http://www.sfu.ca/geog351fall03/groups-webpages/gp8/consum/consum.html
Data to use: http://www1.broward.edu/~nplakcy/chocolate.htm