Your Questions About Company Owns Almond Joy Candy Bar

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Paul asks…

What is the first Hershey chocolate made?

Justin answers:

Milton Hershey was born on September 13, 1857, in a farmhouse near the Central Pennsylvania village of Derry Church. Milton was in the fourth grade when his Mennonite father, Henry Hershey, found his son a position as an printer’s apprentice in Gap, Pennsylvania. Milton later became an apprentice to a candy-maker in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and candy-making became a passion which Milton grew to love. In 1876, when Milton was only eighteen-years old, he opened his own candy shop in Philadelphia. However, the shop was closed after six years and Milton moved to Denver, Colorado, where he worked with a caramel manufacturer and learned caramel-making. In 1886, Milton moved back to Lancaster, Pennsylvania and started the successful Lancaster Caramel Company.

In 1893, Milton Hershey attended the Chicago International Exposition where he bought German chocolate-making machinery and began making chocolate-coated caramels. In 1894, Milton started the Hershey Chocolate Company and produced Hershey chocolate caramels, breakfast cocoa, sweet chocolate and baking chocolate. He sold his caramel business and concentrated on chocolate-making.

The Hershey Chocolate Company has made or currently owns many famous Hershey chocolate candies including: Almond Joy and Mounds candy bars, Cadbury Creme Eggs candy, Hershey’s Cookies ‘n’ Creme candy bar, Hershey’s milk chocolate and milk chocolate with almonds bars, Hershey’s Nuggets chocolates, Hershey’s Kisses and Hershey’s Hugs chocolates, Kit Kat wafer bar, Reese’s crunchy cookie cups, Reese’s NutRageous candy bar, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Sweet Escapes candy bars, TasteTations candy, Twizzlers candy, Whoppers malted milk balls, and York Peppermint Patties.

Hershey’s Kisses chocolates were first introduced in 1907 by Milton Hershey, who trademarked the “plume” extending out of the wrapper in 1924.

Steven asks…

What are some Do’s and Dont’s for Valentine’s day?

Justin answers:

Don’t spend a fortune unless an engagement ring is in your immediate future. Do this and you will be buying Easter candy for a different date. Now if your roll in the relationship is that of Sugar Daddy, go buy some bling.

Do find out what the person likes, for instance what kind of candy, and get a nice reasonable amount of it. Moderation in all things, like a dozen roses, not 2 or 3.

Do check for allergies before you send flowers.

Guys:Do not buy a girl expensive jewelry, or gaudy jewelry unless and engagement ring is in the near future. Or unless you know for sure that she wants it. Neither gender likes to be backed into a corner about their true feelings, especially when an expensive gift is being offered. The giver is just asking to hear a big faked “OH, I love you!” when it is not meant if they spend a lot of money to try to impress.

Girls: guys hate stuffed animals, don’t buy any. They do not get the cuddly wuddley cutesy thing. Even their school animal mascot in a school jersey would not please them.
A gift card for their favorite fast food place, a gift card for car services like a detailing or an oil change would get you brownie points. If you live in a big city, sports tickets for any major or minor league sports would be great.

Boys: tread litely when purchasing a stuffed animal for your girl. Most girls like them, but if your girl is over 16, or the animal in some strange way resembles yourself, then think again. Some Smart girls consider them to be demeaning, childish.

Do get something that looks like you put some thought into it. Got a bachelor gf that has her own place? Or might soon? Think candlesticks, a little cute clock or table lamp.
Is she/he away at school? A care package, with favorite stuff in it, or a heart shaped pillow or a neck pillow for her/his bed, or your face on a t-shirt or a pillow[there are stores that will do this for you, my little town has one].
Got a late night reader? Get one of those lamps that clip onto a book.

What does Rivers want? A sack full of candy bars. I like all flavors except coconut, so you you can skip the Mounds, and the Almond Joy, I never feel like a nut that has coconut under it. Or coconut that does not have a nut on top of it.
Buy as many as you have the cash for. Rivers would rather have nice fresh candy than stale old stuff in a heart shaped box.

And Rivers would love the pleasure of her dates company, at dinner. Whatever you can afford, I will be there. Buy me a Whopper and onion rings, and see me smile.

There is always problems with the card. Buy a nice pretty or cute one that has a simple message: Happy Valentines day will do fine. Then, if you have true feelings for the person, write that in. Sign the card With love if you love the person. Or write something personal: to my best friend in the world, the only person who “gets” me. Or, to the best/prettiest/ sweetest/nicest… Gf/bf ever.

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