Hershey's: an American chocolate legend
What do you mean you've never had Hershey's chocolate? Well, now's your chance, but beware: your life will never be the same once you've had a taste! Hershey's mission is to make people happy, one sweet, sweet chocolate bar at a time. And it seems to be working! Chocolate lovers are drawn to Hershey's like moths to a flame. Partly because there are so many different goodies to choose from!
For example, Hershey's candy bars! There's something for everyone, so you're sure to find your favorite, but we still recommend trying them all just to be sure... Will it be a peanut and caramel Hershey's Payday? Or how about a choco-coco Almond Joy? Hershey's also makes lesser-know (but no less delicious!) "retro" candy bars, like Zero and 5th Avenue. Talk about options!
If you prefer to stick to the classics, or are looking for the best chocolate for s'mores, you'll want to go for a good old fashioned Hershey's chocolate bar. They're available in milk chocolate, or cookies 'n' creme if you're looking to switch up the routine. There are even special holiday releases, like the super fun (and edible!) Hershey's build-your-own snowman!
And the list wouldn't be complete without mentioning Hershey's Kisses! These one-bite delights are perfect when you're craving just a taste of chocolate. Or, why not give them to someone you love to show your affection? They're also the perfect topping for peanut butter blossom cookies. As Hershey's always says, every day deserves a kiss. And you deserve a Hershey's Kiss every day!
Hershey's is sure to keep you coming back for more, especially since they're constantly releasing new products! In the meantime, Hershey's cocoa powder, chocolate-covered pretzels, and chocolate eggs should keep your sweet tooth satisfied!
What you probably didn't know about Hershey’s
The Hershey Company was founded in 1894 by Milton S. Hershey. Since then, it has become the most famous chocolate brand in the entire US. And it boasts an incredibly large selection of chocolate-based treats. In fact, it dominates the domestic chocolate market, with a 48% market share.
Hershey is even the name of a small American town in between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. The city feels like something straight out of a Roald Dahl book (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, of course). Some say that the streets smell of the lovely aroma of chocolate, and there's even a chocolate-themed amusement park! We'd venture to say that residents of Hershey, PA are true chocolate experts!