Halloween is here and many a trick-or-treat bag will have a Hershey bar inside. Hershey is doing something special this Halloween, and it has nothing to do with their awesome candy. Hershey is taking on world hunger with the Nourishing Minds campaign.
While finding a fun, kid-friendly vibe on New Year's Eve can sometimes be a challenge, many hotels and resorts are offering special family-friendly celebrations complete with kids' menus and bedtime-friendly celebrations.
In October 2012, when Hershey's announced it would "certify" all its cocoa by 2020, the corporate candy giant received lukewarm applause for finally publically acknowledging its sourcing of cocoa from plantations that exploit child labor.
While the Labor Day holiday is meant to give us time to reflect on the victories in human progress that were hard-fought by the Union movement, it is also a great time to check in on the "excluded workers" movement.
For one, what sort of "international cultural exchange program" involves the participants doing manual labor in a factory? What is so "culturally" beneficial about lifting cases of Kit-Kats on the graveyard shift at a Hershey plant?