About Hershey Bars

The Hershey chocolate bar (officially called "The Hershey's chocolate bar" by The Hershey Company) is the flagship chocolate-flavoured bar introduced in 1900 (marketed as "The Great American Chocolate Bar") manufactured by the The Hershey Company, invented by Milton Hershey. Hershey bars are available in six regular editions: Milk Chocolate, Milk Chocolate with Almonds, Special Dark Chocolate, Cookies 'N' Creme, Mr. Goodbar, and Krackel. There were also 6 limited editions: Double Chocolate, Nut Lovers, Twosomes Reese's Pieces, Cookies 'N' Chocolate, Twosomes Heath, and Twosomes Whoppers. The common terminology solly is to refer to the individual sections of the Hershey's Bar as pips.