The Hershey Company (formerly "Hershey Chocolate Company" from 1894-1977 and "Hershey Foods Corporation" from 1977-2005, commonly called Hershey's, and abbreviated as THC) is the largest chocolate manufacturer in North America. Its headquarters are in Hershey, Pennsylvania, which is also home to Hershey's Chocolate World. It was founded by Milton S. Hershey in 1894 as the Hershey Chocolate Company (see the former names above), a subsidiary of his Lancaster Caramel Company. Hershey's products are sold in about sixty countries worldwide. In addition, Hershey is a member of the World Cocoa Foundation. The Hershey Company's products include Air Delight, Almond Joy, Bliss, Cadbury Creme Eggs/Dairy Milk (only in the US, owned internationally by Mondelez International), Cookies'n'Creme, Heath bar, Hershey bar, Hershey's Drops, Hershey's Kisses, Hershey's Miniatures, Hershey's Spreads (their answer to Ferrero S.p.A's Nutella), Hershey's Syrup, Jolly Rancher, Kit Kat (only in the US, owned internationally by Nestle), Krackel, Lancater Caramels, Mounds, Mr. Goodbar, PayDay, the Pieces candies, Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, Rolo (only in the US, brand owned internationally by Nestle), Skor, Symphony, Take 5, Twizzlers, Whatchamacallit, Whoppers, York Peppermint Pattie, Zagnut, Zero, and many more. See their website for the full list.
Discontinued products include Almond Cluster (sold under the Peter Paul brand), Almond Joy Bites, BarNone, Caravelle (sold under the Peter Paul brand), Heath Bites, Hershey's Milk Chocolate Bites, Kit Kat Bites, Mounds Bites, Mr. Goodbar Bites, No Jelly (sold under the Peter Paul brand), Reese's Peanut Butter Bites, Sidekicks (sold under the Peter Paul brand), Swoops and Tastetations.
Their logo is the uppercase lettered "HERSHEY'S" from present day Hershey bar wrappers with a Hershey Kiss next to it. In 2014, both the Hershey name and Kiss went two-dimensional.
This is a list of The Hershey Company's long-living and/or discontinued products.
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