Chocolate is good for finding those cavities
In a new posting, I’m going to try and highlight companies that employ american workers so we can help and support our economy. I just ask that you pass this along and buy one of these products to show support for the great job these companies are doing. I’ll try and keep it to affordable companies and avoid, let’s say, Boeing, unless you can afford buying that airplane, then e-mail me, there’s a blog I would like you to fund. Here’s some facts about the Hershey Company. Remember, buy a kit kat this week and pass the info on to the next guy. I’m not saying don’t buy Corona, but get an extra twizzlers.
NETWORK AND FACTORY VIDEO TOUR
More than a century ago, Milton Hershey broke ground in Hershey, Pennsylvania, for what was to become the world’s largest chocolate factory. Today, Hershey’s manufacturing network produces the world’s best chocolate and confectionery products for consumers around the globe. Take a tour of the plants and see where some of the iconic brands are made.
Hershey, Pa., is where it all started more than 100 years ago, and it’s still where the famous HERSHEY’S KISSES Chocolates, HERSHEY’S Milk Chocolate bars and HERSHEY’S Milk Chocolate with Almonds bars are made.
West Hershey, PA
REESE’S, Hershey, PA
Come inside the REESE’S factory in Hershey, Pa., and check out the world-famous REESE’S Peanut Butter Cups and KIT KAT Wafer Bars.
The facility in Lancaster, Pa., produces 1 million miles of TWIZZLERS Twists each year!
The Hazleton, Pa., facility produces many consumer favorites, including KIT KAT, HERSHEY’S EXTRA DARK and CADBURY bars.
Stuarts Draft, VA
The Virginia facility makes REESE’S WHIPPS, TAKE 5, REESE’S PIECES and all-time favorites MOUNDS and ALMOND JOY candies.
The Illinois plant produces many of the popular brands loved by consumers, including PAYDAY, HEATH, WHOPPERS and MILK DUDS candies.
Hershey has been producing high-quality chocolate, confectionery and beverages in Mexico for more than 40 years.