The Hershey Company introduces Sea Salt Caramel Baking Chips.
The Hershey Company introduces Brookside Fruit & Nut Bars in three varieties: Cranberry with Blackberry Flavor; Cherry with Pomegranate Flavor; and Blueberry with Acai Flavor.
The Hershey Company introduces Hershey’s Kisses Deluxe Chocolates. Twice the size of an original Hershey’s Kisses, Kisses Deluxe have a creamy chocolate center surrounding a whole roasted hazelnut, finished with delicate crisps and smooth milk chocolate. [Specific date is unknown. Event occurred in November 2015.]
The Hershey Company introduces Ice Breakers Cool Blasts Chews. Ice Breakers Cool Blasts Chews, available in peppermint and spearmint flavors, rapidly dissolve after chewing.
The Hershey Company introduces Hershey’s Caramels in milk chocolate or dark chocolate varieties.
The Hershey Company announces the sale of Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Corp. to Hawaiian Host.
The Hershey Company introduces Ice Breakers Duo mints in flavors raspberry and strawberry.
Lancaster Caramel Soft Cremes are available for sale in the United States. Flavors include: Caramel; Vanilla and Caramel; and Vanilla and Raspberry. [Specific date is unknown. Event occurred in January 2014.]
The Hershey Company introduces Hershey’s Spreads in three varieties: Chocolate; Chocolate with Almond; and Chocolate with Hazelnut.
Krackel is once again available as a full size bar in three sizes: “standard” 1.55-oz. bars, a 4-ounce “XL” bar, and 6.5-ounce “Giant” bars. Since 1997, Krackel had only been available in a miniature size.
The Hershey Company introduces Reese’s Spreads.
Milk Chocolate Fudge, a topping for ice cream and desserts, is introduced.
The Hershey Company introduces additions to the Pieces candies line. Modeled after Reese’s Pieces are: Almond Joy Pieces, York Pieces, and Hershey’s Special Dark Pieces.
The Hershey Company introduces Hershey’s Bliss White Chocolate with a Meltaway Center.
Not-So-Sweet Bar introduced. Discontinued November 16, 1937 when replaced by Bitter-Sweet bar.