The HERSHEY\'S MILK CHOCOLATE BAR (commonly called the HERSHEY\'S BAR, or more simply the Hershey Bar) is the flagship chocolate bar manufactured by the Hershey Company . It is often referred by Hershey as "The Great American Chocolate Bar." The Hershey Milk Chocolate Bar was first sold in 1900, followed by the Hershey's Milk Chocolate with Almonds variety, which began production in 1908.
* 1 Hershey\'s milk chocolate * 2 Other varieties and details * 3 References * 4 External links
HERSHEY\'S MILK CHOCOLATE
The HERSHEY PROCESS milk chocolate used in these bars uses fresh milk
delivered directly from local farms. The process was developed by
Milton Hershey and produced the first mass-produced chocolate in the
Until 2015, Hershey also added polyglycerol polyricinoleate (PGPR) to their chocolate which contributed to the difference in taste between Hershey chocolates and European chocolates. Artificial vanillin was also removed in 2015.
OTHER VARIETIES AND DETAILS
In addition to the standard Milk Chocolate and Milk Chocolate with
Almonds varieties, Hershey's also produces several other chocolate
bars in various flavors:
All flavors are approved by the Kashruth Division of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America for consumption by observant Jews, with OU Kosher status.
The largest Hershey's bar commercially available weighs five pounds (2.3 kg) and costs US$44.99 on Hershey's website.
* ^ Moskin, Julia (February 13, 2008). "Dark May Be King, but Milk Chocolate Makes a Move".