Hershey is the largest producer of chocolate in North America, a leading snack maker in the U.S., and a global leader in chocolate and non-chocolate confectionery. Hershey operates 14 factories in six countries and employs more than 16,000 people worldwide.

This document presents The Hershey Company’s statement against slavery and human trafficking, in compliance with both the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act and the United Kingdom Modern Slavery Act.

The Hershey Company Statement Against Slavery and Human Trafficking - The Hershey Company, 2021 DOWNLOAD

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