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Candy

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By: Lily & Olivia Lang Candy Hershey Chocolate The New York Stock Exchange The Hershey Company was known as the NYSE (New York Stock Exchange) until April 2005. It was the largest manufacturing company in North America. Hershey Headquarters The company's headquarters is located in Hershey, Pennsylvania, which is the home to the Hershey's Chocolate World. How Hershey Chocolate is Made? Milton S. Hershey Milton S. Hershey was born on September 13, 1857 and died on October 13, 1945. He was an American confectioner, philanthropist, and founder of The Hershey Chocolate Company and the "company town" of Hershey, Pennsylvania. The History of Hershey The Hershey Chocolate Company was simply a wholly owned subsidiary of Milton Hershey’s Lancaster Caramel Company. The company produced baking chocolate, cocoa and sweet chocolate coatings for the parent company’s caramels using chocolate-making equipment purchased at the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Different Hershey Products Kit Kats, Carmellos, Take 5s, Hershey's Chocolate Bars, and Reese's Cups are all examples of the varieties of Hershey's products. Bubble Gum How is Bubble Gum Made? Walter E. Diemer In 1928, Walter E. Diemer was experimenting with new gum recipes while working as an accountant for the Fleer Chewing Gum Company in Philadelphia. One recipe was found to be less sticky than regular chewing gum, and stretched more easily. This gum became highly successful and was eventually named by the president of Fleer as Dubble Bubble. The original bubble gum was pink because that was the only dye Diemer had on hand at the time, and it was his favorite color. Diemer used a salt water taffy wrapping machine to wrap his test creation. Bubble Gum Factory Locations Bubble Gum factories are located all around the world.
You can find bubble gum factories in more than 100 countries all over the world. Flavors of Bubble Gum Bubble Gum Brands Jelly Beans How Jelly Beans Are Made Flavors of Jelly Beans A&W Cream Soda, A&W Root Beer, Berry Blue, Blueberry, Bubble Gum, Buttered Popcorn, Cantaloupe, Cappuccino, Caramel Corn, Chili Mango, Chocolate Pudding, Cinnamon, Coconut, Cotton Candy, Crushed Pineapple, Dr Pepper, French Vanilla, Green Apple, Island Punch, Juicy Pear, Kiwi, Lemon Drop, Lemon Lime, Licorice, Mango, Margarita, Mixed Berry, Smoothie, Orange Sherbet, Peach, Piña Colada, Plum, Pomegranate, Raspberry, Red Apple, Sizzling Cinnamon, Sour Cherry, Strawberry Cheesecake, Strawberry Daiquiri, Strawberry Jam, Sunkist, Lemon Sunkist, Lime Sunkist, Orange Sunkist, Pink Grapefruit Sunkist, Tangerine, Toasted Marshmallow, Top Banana, Tutti-Fruitti, Very Cherry, Watermelon, and Wild Blackberry are the 50 official flavors of jelly beans. Thanks For Watching
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