Hershey’s Ain’t Chocolate

10/28/2009 5:22:41 PM

Tags: Science and Technology, Environment, health, chocolate, food, The Smart Set

Hershey's ChocolateHershey’s chocolates, for the most part, aren’t really chocolate. They’re “the terrible bastard children of chocolate and corporate frugality,” according to



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