Gorton's Wants To Know If You Noticed Anything Fishy About Their Fish Sticks

Gorton's Wants To Know If You Noticed Anything Fishy About Their Fish Sticks

Reader Dave was doing an online survey about Gorton’s Fish Sticks packaging — and it looks like something fishy is going on…

Hershey Responds: Consumers Love Our New Fake Chocolate!

Hershey Responds: Consumers Love Our New Fake Chocolate!

Since we wrote about Hershey’s reformulating some of their products into “mockolate” that can’t legally be called “milk chocolate,” the story has been getting some play in the media, prompting Hershey to respond to the controversy. So, why did they reformulate their candy? Because you like fake chocolate better!

Hershey's "Kissables" No Longer Legally Considered "Milk Chocolate"?

Hershey's "Kissables" No Longer Legally Considered "Milk Chocolate"?

The Candy Blog noticed that Hershey’s “Kissables” have been reformulated, and can no longer be legally labeled “milk chocolate” because of FDA regulations. The new package looks the same, except for the ingredients and the label which now says “Chocolate Candy” instead “Candy Coated Milk Chocolate.”