Consumers Prepare for Tricks and Treats 

Plus, "the highly valued loot." How Hershey's, Kit Kat & Reese's make moments of goodness each Halloween season.

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Read the latest updates on our operational changes in response to COVID-19. We continue to update this to reflect the most current information.

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In 2020, we co-created The Pathways Project with employees and set ambitious DEI goals to hold ourselves accountable to creating a more diverse and inclusive workplace. 

Milkshake with Hershey's chooclate syrup in the background

The relationships we have with our customers is the secret sauce to our mutual success. Cruisin Coffee is an example of how we work together to make more moments of goodness.

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Celebrating NDEAM at Hershey

Chris Genovese is a production operator making one of America’s most-loved brands, Reese’s. As a person living with a disability, Centralized Accommodations have helped him to communicate more effectively with his colleagues as he makes moments of goodness for consumers around the world.  

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Shared Goodness

The Shared Goodness Promise is an idea as simple as it is big: our business, our planet, our communities, our children—they’ve always mattered. It’s a promise delivered by all of us at Hershey—to see every day as a chance to be successful in a way that makes a difference.