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United States confectioner and philanthropist who created the model industrial town of Hershey, Pennsylvania

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The new variety stems from consumer demand for new ways to experience the Hershey's brand and trends indicating the rising popularity of crunchy, multi-textured candy, according to Hershey.
1 July 2016 - US-based confectionery company The Hershey Company (NYSE: HSY) has rejected a preliminary, non-binding indication of interest from US-based confectionery, food and beverage conglomerate Mondelez International (NASDAQ: MDLZ) to acquire the company for a mix of cash and stock consideration, totaling USD 107 a share of Hershey common stock, the company said.
Any deal would require the consent of the Hershey trust, which has about 80 percent of the company's voting rights.
In the case of the Maryland senator's campaigning, Hershey Co.
The portion of the net loss for the full year attributable to Hershey was about USD7m.
The company general manager, The Hershey Experience, Amy Hahn, said, 'Hershey's Chocolate World's new Create Your Own Candy Bar attraction will allow each guest to play the role of a chocolate innovator.
In 1903, Hershey began construction of a chocolate plant in his hometown, Derry Church, Pennsylvania, which was later renamed Hershey, Pennsylvania.
This is our first venture with Hershey, and we hope to continue satisfying customers' indulgent chocolate ice cream cravings with future Carvel-Hershey promotions.
Under his direction, Hershey Communications quickly became a leader in consumer marketing and catalog communications serving a variety of major retail clients including: Bloomingdales, Dillard's, Nordstrom's, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Mercedes-Benz, FAO Schwartz, Dean and Deluca, Bedford Fair, Gymboree, Esprit, JCPenney, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chadwick's of Boston.
Career: Began teaching high school social studies and coached football, 1975-76; Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co (now KPMG) in New York City, 1977-80; Began with Hershey Foods Corp.
True, the Swoops' Pringle-like shape meant that Hershey had to overpackage them, in groups of six, inside three plastic containers tucked inside a cardboard box.
based Hershey Foods will swoop into a new realm--changing the shape of chocolate--with the launch of Hershey's Swoops.
Hershey Foods launched four lines of confectionery for diabetics and others who are on restricted carbohydrate diets.
In July 2002, the Milton Hershey Trust announced that it would divest itself of Hershey Foods, Inc.
HERSHEY'S SUGAR-FREE: Hershey Foods, for the first time in its 109-year history, has introduced four sugar-free candies.