If you love Easter candy, you should plan a trip to see where it’s made. Hershey’s welcomes about 4 million visitors a year who take a free tour at its flagship location in Pennsylvania.
The company makes Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs, which a 2017 poll found to be America’s favorite Easter candy, followed by Easter M&M’s and Jelly Belly jelly beans. Here are five sweet spots to see.
British chocolatier Cadbury hatched its first cream-filled chocolate egg in 1923. The modern-day Cadbury Creme Egg, which has a sticky fondant filling, didn’t hit the market until 1971 — and it became an Eastertime hit.
Since then, Cadbury World has sprung up at the...