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Hershey Creamery Company - History - Trademark Disputes With Hershey Company
... Hershey Creamery has been involved in multiple legal disputes with the similarly named Hershey Company, founded around the same time in Lancaster by Milton S ... Hershey—no relation to the founding Hershey brothers ... The first troubles came after the Hershey Creamery began producing chocolate candy and cocoa ...
Hershey Entertainment And Resorts Company - History
... Hershey as part of his chocolate company what is now Hersheypark was initially promoted by including a picture postcard in each box of chocolate bars ... In 1927, Hershey split his enterprises into three companies, Hershey Chocolate Corporation which he took public, Hershey Corporation, which acquired the sugar estates in Cuba, and Hershey Estates ... The childless Hershey had previously founded a trust in 1909 to establish the Hershey Industrial School for orphan boys, later renamed the Milton Hershey School ...
Milton S. Hershey - Hershey Chocolate
... With the proceeds from the 1900 sale of the Lancaster Caramel Company, Hershey initially acquired some 1,200 acres (4.9 km2) of farm land about 30 miles northwest of Lancaster, near his birthplace of ... fresh milk needed to perfect and produce fine milk chocolate ... Excited by the potential of milk chocolate, which at that time was a Swiss luxury product, Hershey was determined to develop a formula for milk chocolate and market and sell it ...
Hershey's Chocolate World - History
... Hershey's Chocolate World was built as a replacement of the Hershey chocolate plant tour, which had reached its capacity and was no longer able to handle the large numbers of ... A large sign in front of the factory tells visitors to go to Hershey's Chocolate World for the chocolate-making tour ... In 1979, a mosaic from the original Hershey Creamery was moved to Chocolate World ...

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