The only regulations they have is on alcohol and cigarettes. I noticed everyone inside the Tbilisi airport smoking cigarettes, so i do not think chocolates will be a problem at all. I was literally choking on cigarette smoke inside that airport.
I tried to research it online but did not find much, although i did find this:
An 18 percent value added tax (VAT) applies to most imported goods.
Fixed excise tax rates apply to certain goods such as alcoholic
drinks, ethyl alcohol, ethyl petrol for cars, and cigarettes. The
customs value of goods for customs clearance is defined based on the
customs declaration. Export, transit, and re-export of goods are
exempt from customs duties and fees. Chapter 39(1) of the Georgian
Tax Code defines the amount of the customs tariffs and exemptions.
Once every 30 day period, individuals are allowed to import the
following goods free of customs duties, VAT, and excise duties within
the following limits: Import of vegetables, fruit (including dried),
tea, coffee, macaroni, bakery, sugar, confections (with the exception
of chocolate), sausages, milk and dairy products that have a maximum
total weight of 30 kg, and a total value of less than 500 GEL ($222).
As long as you aren't bringing in over 30kg of chocolate, you should be okay.