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(hûr′shē), Alfred Day 1908-1997.
American biologist. He shared a 1969 Nobel Prize for investigating the mechanism of viral infection in living cells.
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Hershey offers chocolate, sweets, mints and other snacks.
Mondelez said it will protect jobs following a merger of the two companies, locate its global chocolate headquarters in Hershey, Pennsylvania (where Hershey's HQ has always been), and rename the company Hershey, according to the Journal's report.
Hershey argues that his most recent sign design, which he describes as using his surname in a common font while tying in a visual representation of the Maryland state flag is a fair compromise.
With the outbreak of the Second World War, the Hershey company was geared up to start producing a survival ration bar.
The Hershey's Kisses Chocolates are a legend in the candy industry and we are thrilled to be celebrating its 100th anniversary with The Hershey Company," said MaggieMoo's CEO Jon Jameson.
We are honored to be working with Ed Hershey and admire his experience, knowledge and vision," says David Weiss, President and Founder, The Coastal Group.
Best Job: "Assistant Controller, Sales and Marketing at Hershey Chocolate Co.
And the creative minds at Hershey Foods gave Swoops instant name recognition by dubbing them Almond Joy, Hershey's Milk Chocolate, Reese's (Peanut Butter Cups), and York (Peppermint Patties).
Hershey Foods, the Milton Hershey School, and the Hershey Trust have more in common than their name; the relationship is intimate and intentional.
Beneath the sign is a 2,500-square-foot store showcasing every Hershey candy brand, along with some 60 products unique to Times Square, including five-pound chocolate bars emblazoned with Hershey's Times Square wrappers that retail for $39.
A court in Pennsylvania has scheduled a sitting for Wednesday to hear Hershey Trust's appeal against a temporary injunction blocking the proposed sale of Hershey Foods.
THE EMPERORS OF CHOCOLATE: Inside the Secret World of Hershey and Mars By Joel Glenn Brenner Random House, $29.