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Goodb y hersheys - wont be buying any chocolate bars anymore what about you?

ImageBandit ~ American Patriot 2009/04/11 01:35:20
I will boycott hersheys
no NO I cannot give up chocolate
None of the above
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A sad story for those of us who remember growing up with Hershey bars, and just as sad for the generations of today. What will be outsourced next? Pennsylvania is a big state, but it amazes me in this day, how some news doesn't make it over the

mountain to the front page of our papers or the top of our news hour in Western Pennsylvania .


Milton Hershey, this year, will be joining H.J. Heinz in rolling over in his grave. Hershey Chocolate is moving to MEXICO ...whoopee! They're even closing down Hershey Canada . THINK before you buy any more Hershey Bars. Reese's Peanut Butte r Cups are my favorite and they are made by Hershey. But, I will not purchase Another one!


M.S. Hershey had a dream... I will buy my OWN Sugar, Milk, Cocoa beans, (all natural mind you!) and make candy...(no tariffs etc..) EVEN during the depression...HE and the Company made money...NOW some Corporate big wigs are ruining the name... AND the product M.S. created....

Please pass it on...What a bunch of college educated 'idiots'.


Thank you M.S. Hershey for all the things I have and all you have done for me and my family...'I' do appreciate it... as for 'Dick' Lenny and Company good luck you greedy, money loving (expletive removed) ....you are ruining the name, the company, and MANY lives in central Pennsylvania...

read on...Enough is Enough!


So Hershey executives are closing plants in the US , laying off over a thousand people, and destroying Mr. Hershey's dream, all to cut labor, material costs and AVOID PAYING ANY US TAXES!

The company will save about $170 million a year, all on the backs of the American people. The top executives will still make their mega bucks and the laid off workers will have to find other jobs, some probably at minimum wage due to their age. All this to take their jobs to India , China and Mexico , So WHAT part of the 'GREAT' American Chocolate Ba r is left?...NOTHING! These countries are no doubt laughing at the Americans, who they don't like anyway. How long are the American people going to sit around and let big corporations do this to us? We must all band together and let our politicians in Washington know we have had it with NAFTA, CAFTA and 'SHAFTA' and we won't take it any longer!


Please, do not buy any Hershey product! If the company wants to take the work to these countries, then let those countries buy the product. We don't need it!


BOYCOTT HERSHEY!!


Please pass this to everyone on your email list so it gets all across the United States .
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  • CampDavid †DEO VALENTI † 2009/04/11 02:15:50 (edited)
    I will boycott hersheys
    CampDavid †DEO VALENTI †
    +13
    This is sad. Anyone else have fond memories of visiting "Hershey", and smelling an entire town that smelled like it was made of Chocolate? I remember our whole family in the big yellow station wagon crossing the country, and taking a side trip just to go through Hershey.
    smelled chocolate remember family yellow station wagon crossing country hershey

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  • ImageBa... Doc Ock 2009/04/13 01:27:19
    ImageBandit ~ American Patriot
    I dont eat chocolate - carob does just fine
  • hunter 44 Doc Ock 2009/04/13 01:50:38
    hunter 44
    +1
    Cocoa beans also come from Central and South America.
  • ImageBa... hunter 44 2009/04/13 01:59:25
    ImageBandit ~ American Patriot
    I thought so - isnt mexico really close to central america?
  • hunter 44 ImageBa... 2009/04/13 02:05:32
    hunter 44
    +1
    Central America doesn't really exist. It's a part of the North American continent so yes, Mexico is part of it and I believe mexico also grows cocoa beans. The Hershey factory has silos of beans from the different countries they buy from.
  • ImageBa... hunter 44 2009/04/13 02:18:03
    ImageBandit ~ American Patriot
    +1
    so the move begins to make more sense - to them - the writer of this email was more upset at the loss of jobs than anything - makes the choices harder to deal with. I think that the general loss of manufacturing all over the us is beginning to make a lot of americans testy.
  • dmac ImageBa... 2009/04/13 04:21:55
    dmac
    And testy they should be. Our gov't has been trying to give this country away for years job by job and company by company. They have such a screwed up tax set up and the tarriff for import and exports is screwed up just to name a couple of things that have been haywire for to many yrs. 3rd world we are on your door step so move over.
  • Doc Ock hunter 44 2009/04/14 20:15:16
    Doc Ock
    I only mentioned the fact because I wrote a paper on the subject.
  • chels_94 2009/04/12 22:41:48
    I will boycott hersheys
    chels_94
    +1
    Chocolate is f'n nasty
  • ImageBa... chels_94 2009/04/13 01:27:35
    ImageBandit ~ American Patriot
    yep
  • mdamion13 2009/04/12 22:17:36
    I will boycott hersheys
    mdamion13
    +1
    I had not heard of this, but you can bet that if they move their headquarters to Mexico leaving so many Americans out of work, I won't be purchasing their product ever again. And, trust me, I can hold a grudge!LOL. All things aside, I really mean to boycott them. I hope there are enough Mexicans who will buy the bar to keep the greedy non-american executives in the style to which they have become accustomed in the good old USA! What a sick bunch of jerks!
  • ImageBa... mdamion13 2009/04/13 01:28:29
    ImageBandit ~ American Patriot
    dont hold it in tell us how you REALLY feel (LOL)
  • mdamion13 ImageBa... 2009/04/13 01:57:17
    mdamion13
    That is why I love Sodahead! I can say what I really feel. I am not as outspoken in public, so this is a wonderful forum for me. Have a great evening!
  • Emo lea 2009/04/12 21:45:23
    None of the above
    Emo lea
    +1
    well i like herseys and an choclate but i can give it up
  • ImageBa... Emo lea 2009/04/13 01:29:21
    ImageBandit ~ American Patriot
    others make chocolate too
  • Emo lea ImageBa... 2009/04/13 05:46:00
    Emo lea
    do u make it
    ?
  • hunter 44 Emo lea 2009/04/13 02:08:18
    hunter 44
    Just so you know what you would have to give up;


    The Hershey Company, formerly known as Hershey Foods Corporation, manufactures 4 varieties of chocolate bars:

    Hershey's Milk Chocolate is commonly thought of as "plain" or "normal" Hershey's chocolate.
    Hershey's Special Dark, a mildly bittersweet chocolate, contains less sugar than other forms. It contains 45% cacao solids.
    Hershey's Symphony contains less sugar and is creamier than "normal" Hershey's chocolate. The ingredients lists of it and its normal counterpart are identical; in America it is mandated that ingredients only be listed in their order of total makeup. Quantities are not listed, so one can not know for sure how greatly the proportions differ in Hershey's Symphony. Hershey recently reduced the size of the Symphony bar from 8 oz. to 6.8 oz. and added the words "Giant Bar" to the wrapper.
    Hershey's cookies and cream is a white chocolate bar with added chocolate wafer bits (similar to Oreo cookies).
    Hershey's with peanuts is a standard Hershey's Bar with added peanuts. (Basically a Mr. Goodbar) *New - seen in Virginia Beach, VA*

    [edit] Hershey's Wellness
    The Hershey's Wellness line is an attempt to capitalize on the health benefits of chocolate.

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    Just so you know what you would have to give up;


    The Hershey Company, formerly known as Hershey Foods Corporation, manufactures 4 varieties of chocolate bars:

    Hershey's Milk Chocolate is commonly thought of as "plain" or "normal" Hershey's chocolate.
    Hershey's Special Dark, a mildly bittersweet chocolate, contains less sugar than other forms. It contains 45% cacao solids.
    Hershey's Symphony contains less sugar and is creamier than "normal" Hershey's chocolate. The ingredients lists of it and its normal counterpart are identical; in America it is mandated that ingredients only be listed in their order of total makeup. Quantities are not listed, so one can not know for sure how greatly the proportions differ in Hershey's Symphony. Hershey recently reduced the size of the Symphony bar from 8 oz. to 6.8 oz. and added the words "Giant Bar" to the wrapper.
    Hershey's cookies and cream is a white chocolate bar with added chocolate wafer bits (similar to Oreo cookies).
    Hershey's with peanuts is a standard Hershey's Bar with added peanuts. (Basically a Mr. Goodbar) *New - seen in Virginia Beach, VA*

    [edit] Hershey's Wellness
    The Hershey's Wellness line is an attempt to capitalize on the health benefits of chocolate.

    Hershey's Extra Dark is a more dark chocolate product under the "Extra Dark" name. Whereas "Special Dark" is 45% cacao solids, "Extra Dark" is 60%. The Extra Dark chocolate bar comes in three varieties: Pure Dark Chocolate; Cranberries, Blueberries and Almonds; and Macadamia Nuts and Cranberries. All of the listed fruits and nuts contain anti-oxidants.
    Hershey's Whole Bean Milk Chocolate is sweetened with sucralose, giving it 40% less sugar than regular milk chocolate. Also, inulin, a special type of fiber, is added, giving a single serving 7 grams of dietary fiber. A 40 g. serving has 180 mg of antioxidants.
    Hershey's Antioxidant Milk Chocolate, as the name suggests, has extra antioxidants added, giving it more antioxidants than the leading dark chocolate, 260 mg vs 110 mg.

    [edit] Cacao Reserve by Hershey's
    Cacao Reserve by Hershey's is marketed as a premium line in comparison to Hershey's other chocolate products.

    Signature Collection is the original series in this line. It comes in four varieties: 35% Cacao Premium Milk, 35% Cacao Premium Milk with Hazelnuts, 65% Premium Dark, and 65% Premium Dark with Cacao Nibs.
    Single Origin chocolate bars differ from the Signature Collection bars in that each bar is made from cacao beans that grow in a single region. These origins are São Tomé with 70% cacao content, Santo Domingo with 67% cacao content, Arríba with 50% cacao content, and Java with 37% cacao content.
    Truffles are tins around the size used by Altoids containing eight small chocolate truffles with either 35 or 60 percent cacao content.

    [edit] Other Hershey's candies
    The Hershey Company also manufactures a wide variety of other candy products and candy bars, which do not necessarily contain chocolate:


    [edit] Chocolate-based products
    The 5th Avenue candy bar, which contains a peanut-based mixture.
    Almond Joy and Mounds candy bars, which are chocolate-coated bars containing a coconut based mixture on the inside. Almond Joy contains almonds and is coated in milk chocolate, whereas Mounds has no almond and is coated in dark chocolate.
    Bar None are wafers with filling covered in milk chocolate. No longer sold in the USA, it is still made in Mexico as a two finger package with the addition of caramel.
    Cadbury's Creme Egg is a chocolate egg with creme in it, usually sold around Easter.
    Cadbury's Caramello milk chocolate squares with creamy caramel.
    Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate Bar, plain milk chocolate.
    Cadbury Fruit & Nut Chocolate Bar, milk chocolate with assorted fruits and nuts.
    Cadbury Mini Eggs, bite-sized milk chocolate eggs coated in a hard, vanilla flavored candy shell.
    Cadbury Royal Dark Chocolate Bar, plain dark chocolate.
    Cadbury Roast Almond Chocolate Bar, milk chocolate with almonds.
    Cherry Blossom is an individually packaged, 45g chocolate covered maraschino cherry and syrup. The chocolate mixture has coconut and roasted peanut pieces incorporated into it.
    Glosette(s), a Canada exclusive product consisting of chocolate covered raisins, peanuts or almonds.
    Heath bar, a slab of toffee coated with chocolate.
    Hershey's Bites, bite size candies in a round shape that are made for munching, packaged in a pouch. Flavors are Reese's peanut butter, Heath toffee, Kit Kat, mini Rolo, Mr. Goodbar, York Peppermint Pattie, white chocolate pretzel and dark chocolate pretzel.
    Hershey's Bliss, bite sized chocolates in a square shape and wrapped in foil, advertised as creamy and indulgent. Available in 3 flavors.
    Hershey's Cookies and Cream, a block of white chocolate with small pieces of cookie in it.
    Hershey's Cookies and Mint, limited edition bar similar to Cookies and Cream, reintroduced since the original introduction in 1992 and subsequent discontinuation.
    Hershey's Kisses, small chocolate candies, similar in appearance to a very large chocolate chip.
    Hershey's Milkshake, bottled milk shake. Offered in 5 flavors.
    Hershey's Miniatures, an assortment of Hershey's chocolate bars in miniature size. Created in 1939 and unchanged since, the original collection comprises Hershey's Chocolate, Special Dark chocolate, Krackel, and Mr. Goodbar varieties. A new collection, Nut Lovers, was introduced in 2004 and features both 4 kinds of chocolate and 4 kinds of nuts. Hershey's has also introduced Limited Edition varieties, including a holiday Mint Miniatures Collection.
    Hershey's Symphony bar, in plain Milk Chocolate or Almonds and Toffee
    Hershey's Pot of Gold, premium boxed chocolates in a variety of assortments: Almond Caramel Clusters, Caramel Assortment, Chocolate Assortment, Créme Assortment, Mint Assortment, Nut Assortment, Pecan Caramel Clusters, Premium Assortment, Sugar Free and Truffle Assortment.
    Hershey's Sticks, individually wrapped chocolate sticks packaged and sold by the box. There are four flavors: Milk Chocolate, Caramel Filled Milk Chocolate, Rich Dark Chocolate and Mint Milk Chocolate.
    Hershey's Kissables, miniature Hershey's Kisses coated with a colorful candy shell.
    Kit Kat, made from Nestle except in the United States, are chocolate covered wafer bars.
    Krackel, a chocolate bar containing crisped rice.
    Milk Duds, small bits of caramel covered in milk chocolate. Milk Duds are commonly sold in American movie theaters as a snack.
    Mr. Goodbar, a chocolate bar containing peanuts.
    Oh Henry!, Popular Canadian version of the candy, currently made in the United States by Nestlé.
    Hershey's Pops are bags of original Hershey's chocolates in the half the size and all the shape of a golf ball. They've become a common treat in movie theaters.
    Reese's Fast Break, creamy peanut butter and nougat covered in milk chocolate.
    Reese's NutRageous, creamy peanut butter, caramel and roasted peanuts covered in milk chocolate.
    Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, possibly one of Hershey's best-known products due to long-running massive advertising campaigns.
    Reese's Pieces are small peanut-butter candies.
    ReeseSticks, peanut butter filled wafers covered in milk chocolate. Sold in packages of two sticks.
    Rolo, chocolate-covered caramels. Also made and sold in the US by Hershey under license by Nestlé.
    Skor, a candy bar containing toffee.
    Swoops, chocolate shaped in slices, like potato chips. Swoops come in the following varieties: Hershey's Milk Chocolate, Almond Joy, Reese's Peanut Butter, York Peppermint Pattie, White Chocolate Reeses, and Toffee and Almond. Limited edition varieties include White Chocolate Peppermint (available around Christmas), Special Dark with Almonds and Strawberries & Creme.
    Hershey's S'mores is a s'more in candy-bar form.
    Hershey's Shell Topping, a chocolate syrup that hardens when poured on cold foods, such as ice cream.
    Take 5 (known as Max 5 in Canada), a candy bar with pretzels, caramel, peanuts, peanut butter, and chocolate. It also comes in a white chocolate version, using white chocolate instead of the original's milk chocolate; a peanut butter version which has a peanut butter coating instead of chocolate; a chocolate cookie version which has chocolate cookies instead of pretzels; and a marshmallow version which has marshmallow filling instead of peanuts.
    WHATCHAMACALLIT is a peanut-flavored crisp with a layer of caramel and a milk chocolate coating.
    Whoppers, chocolate covered malted milk balls.
    York Peppermint Pattie, a patty of peppermint flavored filling coated with dark chocolate.

    [edit] Non-Chocolate
    Breath Savers breath mints.
    Bubble Yum bubble gum brand.
    Ice Breakers chewing gum and mints.
    Jolly Rancher hard fruit candy, lollipops, and flavored soda.
    Koolerz chewing gum, with Xylitol and regular.
    PayDay candy bar, which contains peanuts and caramel but no chocolate.
    ZAGNUT candy bar, consisting of toasted coconut and peanut butter.
    Zero candy bar, a combination of caramel, peanut and almond nougat covered in white fudge.

    [edit] Other
    Care-Free sugarless gum.
    CareFree Koolerz mint based gum in various flavors made with Xylitol.
    Good & Plenty, white and purplish-red pill shaped licorice candies. They are chewy, similar to Mike And Ike candy.
    Hershey's Brownies and Reese's Brownies, brownies containing Hershey's chocolate chips or Reese's peanut butter chips with icing on top.
    Hershey's Cookies, a chocolate cookie with toppings and covered in chocolate, available in the following Hershey's flavors: Hershey's with Almonds, Almond Joy, Reese's peanut butter, York Peppermint Patty, Caramel, and Cookies 'n Creme. Mini kisses cookies are shaped like Hershey's kisses and are available in the following flavors: Chocolate Chip, Double Chocolate and Confetti Sprinkles. Layered cookies are two cookies with a layer of sandwich creme in the middle and are available in the following flavors: Hershey's, Reese's and Heath.
    Really Nuts, snack nuts and trail mixes. Available in the following flavors: Reese's Roasted Peanuts, Reese's Honey Glazed Peanuts, Hershey's Chocolate Cocoa Peanuts, Mauna Loa Cashew Nuts, Hershey's Trail Mix, Reese's Trail Mix and Mauna Loa Trail Mix.
    Snack Barz, candy bars similar to rice krispie treats. Available in the following flavors: Hershey's Chocolate Créme, Reese's Peanut Butter, Hershey's S'mores Marshmallow Créme, Caramel, and Cookies 'n Créme.
    Snacksters, 100-calorie packs of cereal puffs mixed with a variety of other Hershey's and Reese's items such as chocolate chip cookies, semi-sweet and milk chocolate chips, peanut butter chips, cereal squares, and Reese's pieces. Available in five varieties, Hershey's, Hershey's Kisses, Hershey's S'Mores, Twizzlers, and Reese's.[1]
    Sweet 'n Salty Granola Bars, granola bars combined with other Hershey's and Reese's ingredients. Available in three flavors: Hershey's with pretzels, Reese's with chocolate and Reese's with peanut butter.
    TasteTations, Hershey's first hard candy. Made in butterscotch, caramel, chocolate, and peppermint varieties.
    Twizzlers, artificially flavored licorice sticks in various flavors. This includes the Twizzlers Pull And Peel variety, in which the sticks are composed of semi-distinct smaller twisted rods of Twizzlers, which can be easily pulled apart.

    [edit] Miscellaneous products
    Cadbury-branded products sold in the United States are manufactured by Hershey's.
    Hershey's makes military chocolate for the U.S. Military.

    [edit] Discontinued products
    Bar None, a mid-1980s chocolate bar, filled with peanuts and a wafer. It was unsuccessfully revamped into a two-bar-per-package candy.
    Various Limited Edition candies
    1996 Tastetations, Hershey first hard candy line
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  • Emo lea hunter 44 2009/04/13 05:45:15
    Emo lea
    idk as long as i don't get tempted
  • sydda 2009/04/12 20:45:30
    no NO I cannot give up chocolate
    sydda
    +1
    Let me get this straight--you are boycotting Hershey's chocolate because they are moving to Mexico? That's a little bit racist, don't you think? I will never give up chocolate because it moves to Mexico. Have some racial tolerance here, people.
  • mdamion13 sydda 2009/04/12 22:43:23
    mdamion13
    +2
    What's race got to do with this? If they moved their factories to China, Japan, Europe, Australia or Africa, I would feel the same. At a time like this when our economy is taking such a beating for them to move to Mexico just so the greedy, un-American executives can hang on to more of the profits, while leaving yet another group of workers jobless is Pathetic, to say the least. I am disappointed that you are willing to send your money to support big bonuses for executives (it certainly won't go to a higher salary for the workers) so that they can spend it in another country, or stash it away in a foreign account. Incidentally, if chocolate means so much to you, there are other brands that you can turn to.
  • hunter 44 mdamion13 2009/04/12 23:23:35
    hunter 44
    +1
    Hershey is a private company and the profits go here;

    The Milton Hershey School is a private philanthropic (pre-K through 12) boarding school in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Originally named the Hershey Industrial School, the institution was founded and funded by chocolate industrialist Milton Snavely Hershey and his wife, Catherine Sweeney Hershey. The school was originally established for impoverished, healthy, Caucasian, male orphans, while today it serves underprivileged students of various backgrounds. The Milton Hershey School Trust, which funds the school, owns controlling interest in The Hershey Company and owns the Hershey Entertainment and Resorts Company (HERCO) which oversees many of the area hotels along with a theme park called Hersheypark. With over six billion dollars in assets, the Milton Hershey School is one of the wealthiest schools in the world. The school is overseen by a Board of Managers.
  • ImageBa... hunter 44 2009/04/13 01:32:11
    ImageBandit ~ American Patriot
    thank you for that insight
  • ImageBa... sydda 2009/04/13 01:30:32
    ImageBandit ~ American Patriot
    racist? not at all - not everything is racially motivated - it is about the american jobs which include all races.
  • Nanapie 2009/04/12 20:07:48
    None of the above
    Nanapie
    +1
    Who's going to do all the work in Mexico now that all the Mexicans have already crossed the borders into the U.S.?
  • ImageBa... Nanapie 2009/04/13 01:32:31
    ImageBandit ~ American Patriot
    lol
  • dinkiedow 2009/04/12 19:13:43
    I will boycott hersheys
    dinkiedow
    +1
    n e s t l e s nestles makes the verbest chocolate!
  • dinkiedow dinkiedow 2009/04/12 19:15:36
  • hunter 44 dinkiedow 2009/04/12 20:12:50
    hunter 44
    +1
    Nestle is a Swiss company. Your response and protest against a U.S. company moving some operations to a foriegn country is to buy foriegn chocolate?
  • dinkiedow hunter 44 2009/04/12 20:25:12
    dinkiedow
    so what's your point?it's been a swiss company longer that i've been a dink.it never left here!
  • hunter 44 dinkiedow 2009/04/12 21:41:59
    hunter 44
    +1
    Exactly, what's your point to protest a foriegn move of a U.S. company by buying a foriegn based companies product? You don't think that's a little silly?
  • ImageBa... hunter 44 2009/04/13 01:35:21
    ImageBandit ~ American Patriot
    it is not about boycotting foreign companies - it is about displeasure at the jobs lost due to the move.
  • hunter 44 ImageBa... 2009/04/13 01:47:09
    hunter 44
    +1
    Exactly and your protest is then to support exactly what you are protesting about. The only real choice is to give up chocolate completely which then means Hershey goes out of business and everybody at that company is out of work.
  • ImageBa... hunter 44 2009/04/13 01:50:23 (edited)
    ImageBandit ~ American Patriot
    it is a real dillemma ist it? - the root complaint is lost jobs for the americans - the answer isnt so simple - thanks for your comments.

    I didnt write the letter I just asked what you thought of it.
  • ImageBa... dinkiedow 2009/04/13 01:33:24
    ImageBandit ~ American Patriot
    havent seen that one for a long time
  • new mexico PWCM~JLA 2009/04/12 19:03:07
    I will boycott hersheys
    new mexico PWCM~JLA
    +2
    Thanks for the info, I was unaware, but I will not be purchasing any Hershey products.Now is the time to try to buy American made products, sure they are priced a little higher and harder to find but if we all do our best we may be able to send a message. I have been doing this for some years now and have gotten familiar with different products made here so it is a bit easier. It also helps to buy local and support the small business owners ie: local farmers,ranchers,grocer's ect.
  • hunter 44 new mex... 2009/04/12 20:07:28
    hunter 44
    +2
    Good luck finding a local grower of coco in the U.S.. There are none.
  • new mex... hunter 44 2009/04/19 06:56:14
    new mexico PWCM~JLA
    It's not the coco that concerns me,thats just one of our imports, it's the job loss.The local grower/ rancher is where we can buy beef, pork, chicken, eggs,corn, beans, flour, things that are grown here , sorry to confuse you, but thanks anyway on the coco situation.
  • mdamion13 new mex... 2009/04/12 22:46:56
    mdamion13
    +2
    I am in total agreement with you on this. Go USA!
  • ImageBa... new mex... 2009/04/13 01:37:18
    ImageBandit ~ American Patriot
    +1
    cocoa has always been grown overseas - but hersheys was all about being an american company - it is about the lost jobs here
  • hunter 44 ImageBa... 2009/04/13 01:43:27
    hunter 44
    +1
    Exactly. Hershey is a U.S. based company that has employees in other countries and always has been that way. Nothing has changed.
  • ImageBa... hunter 44 2009/04/13 01:47:23
    ImageBandit ~ American Patriot
    I think the writer of this is incensed at the jobs lost more than anything - it was written over a year ago and I think hersheys has reconsidered some of its actions since

    (I didnt write it - I just asked what you think of the body copy. - thanks)

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