The Hershey Company
Choose an answer from the three choices
offered after each question and then "Check Your Answers"
at the end of the quiz.
1. What successful candy business did
Milton S. Hershey found in 1886?
- Lancaster Caramel Company
- American Caramel Company
- Philadelphia Candy Company
2. In 1894, what became a subsidiary of
the Hershey's candy company?
- Hershey Chocolate Company
- Reese's Peanut Butter Company
- Hershey Creamery Company
3. What year did Milton S. Hershey sell
his candy company for $1 million and kept his chocolate business and the
rights to produce chocolate products?
4. In 1903 he began construction on what
was to become the world's largest chocolate manufacturing plant. What
was the name of the community?
- Derry Church
5. What was the candy that Hershey
introduced in July 7, 1907?
- Peanut Butter Cups
- Snicker's Bar
6. Harry Burnett (H.B.) Reese moved to
Hershey, Pennsylvania in 1917 to become a shipping foreman for Hershey
Chocolate. Starting in his basement around 1928, he began making Reese�s
Peanut Butter Cups. What year did Hershey and Reese�s merge?
7. Mr. Goodbar introduced in 1925 as one
of the company's original chocolate bars. What is the ingredient that
makes it different?
8. Krackel is a chocolate candy bar which
contains crisped rice. Introduced in 1938, Krackel originally also had
almonds in its formula. Peanuts were then added in 1939, but both the
almonds and peanuts. What year was the almonds and peanuts removed?
9. In 2004, what macadamia nut
manufacturer became a subsidiary of Hershey?
10) Dagoba is an organic brand of
high-quality chocolate, founded by Frederick Schilling and based in
Ashland, Oregon. When did Hershey purchase the company?