Who is the Hershey candy bar named after?

Answer The Hershey candy bar and chocolate company are named after the company's founder, Milton S. Hershey. Hershey was born in 1857 in Derry Church, Pennsylvania, later renamed Hershey, Pennsylvania. He... Read More »

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Where does Hershey make its candy?

The Hershey company makes its candy in several cities. The first is Hershey, Pennsylvania, originally a village called Derry Church. As of 2010, Hershey has chocolate factories, in Oakdale, Califor... Read More »

What is the size of the wrapper of a miniature Hershey candy bar?

A miniature Hershey candy bar wrapper roughly measures 1.38 inches across and 2.88 inches long. The length of the wrapper overlaps itself when actually wrapped around the small piece of chocolate.S... Read More »

What is the Zero candy bar named after?

The Zero candy bar, originally named the Double-Zero, most likely gets its name from its original marketing campaign. According to Hershey's, which manufactures the candy bar, Zero was "originally ... Read More »

Who named the candy Skittles& why?

Skittles, originally a European candy, first came to America in 1974. Skittles, a candy loosely based on Mars Company's M&Ms, is believed to be named after the English game Skittles, which is a law... Read More »