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The Hershey Company offers a huge range of classic confections, including such brands as HERSHEY®’S Milk Chocolate Bar, HERSHEY®’S KISSES®, REESE’S®, KIT KAT®, TWIZZLERS®, MILK DUDS®, JOLLY RANCHER®, and many more.

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HERSHEY®'S History

Following an apprenticeship with a candy maker in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Milton S. Hershey was ready to start his own candy business in Philadelphia in 1876. Despite six years of hard work, it failed. He then moved to Denver and found work with a confectioner who taught him how to make caramels using fresh milk.

Soon after, he started up a second candy business in New York City. It also failed. Undaunted, he returned to Lancaster and once again tried making a go of the caramel business. This time, it worked. (Three times a charm!) Soon his Lancaster Caramel Company was shipping all over the United States and Europe.


In 1894, Milton Hershey decided to to produce sweet chocolate as a coating for his caramels. The new enterprise was named the Hershey Chocolate Company. By 1900, the company began producing milk chocolate in bars, wafers, and other shapes. With mass production, Hershey was able to lower the per-unit cost and make milk chocolate—once a luxury item for the wealthy—affordable to all.

After opening a new and larger factory in 1905 to accommodate the success of HERSHEY®'S milk chocolate products, Milton Hershey looked for ways to expand his product line. In 1907,  a flat-bottomed, conical milk chocolate candy was born and went on to become America's beloved Hershey's Kiss.


Over the next 20 years, more products were added to the company lineup, including MR. GOODBAR® Chocolate Bar, KRACKEL® Chocolate Bar, HERSHEY®’S Syrup, and HERSHEY®’S Baking Chips.
In 1956, The Hershey Company
bought the H.B. Reese Candy Company, and in 1977, it acquired Y&S Candies, the makers of TWIZZLERS® Candy
.

Today, the company has net sales in excess of $6.6 billion and markets its products to 70+ countries. Not bad for a candy maker who was near bankruptcy at the age of 30!

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