Milton Hershey's Chocolate Experiments

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Have you ever made a candy that went famous? No? Well Milton Hershey has. Milton Hershey was persistent because in the article it says that, “ His team worked 16-hour days, month after month. Their challenge was that milk, which is 90 percent water, and cocoa butter, which is mostly oil, don’t blend easily together. And when they are finally mixed, they quickly separate. Time after time, Hershey’s milk chocolate experiments ended in oily messes.” Also it says that, “But finally, in 1900, Hershey succeeded.” In other words Milton failed a lot at making his famous candy, but he kept trying and finally did it. Also he failed at making Reese’s Pieces too. I know this because in the text it says, “ At first, The oily peanut butter caused the candy shell to become greasy. Finally,…show more content…
I know this because in the text it says, “ He sold his caramel factory business for $1 million so that he could focus completely on chocolate.” In other words he sold his huge company and if he failed at the other milk chocolate company then he would be out of business. Also in the text it says, “Hersey’s leader’s agonized over the decision. If the movie flopped, the company could be humiliated-and Reese’s Pieces.” In other words they wanted Reese’s Pieces to be in E.T. but if the movie failed then Milton Hershey’s companies would be humiliated. Milton Hershey was successful. I know this because in the text it says, “ He sold his caramel factory business for $1 million so that he could focus completely on chocolate,” In other words his company was so good that someone bought it for $1 million. Also it says in the text that, “By 1915, Hershey’s “nickel bars” were the No. 1 candy in the nation.” In other words he had the most successful candy in the U.S.A. Also in the story it said that Milton Hershey made a new type of candy called Reese’s Pieces and it was a hit. In other words he made a new chocolate and it immediately was loved by the
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