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Did you know Hershey's Kisses and Jelly Beans are union-made?
When you're searching for something sweet, why not buy union-made-in-America treats!
Here's a brief list of choices of candy products made by members of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union (BCTGM); snack foods by members of the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW); or fruit and nuts from members of the United Farm Workers of America (UFW).
|Necco (New England Confectionery Company)
|Mary Jane Peanut Butter Chews
|Hershey Milk Chocolate Bar*
|NECCO Wafers/Necco Wafer Smoothies
|Hershey Milk with Almond Bars
|Hershey Special Dark Bars
|Kit Kat Bars
|NECCO Assorted Junior Wafers
|Clark Junior Laydown Bag
|Cadbury Fruit & Nut Bar
|Mary Jane Laydown Bag
|Cadbury Roast Almond Bar
|Cadbury Royal Dark Bar
|Cadbury Dairy Milk Bar
|Necco Peanut Butter Kisses
|Hershey Symphony Bar with Toffee
|All filled & non filled squares
**Just Born workers with BCTGM Local 6 on STRIKE, check here for latest updates.**
|Mike & Ike
|Gimbals Fine Candies
|Jelly Belly's Candy Company
|Jelly Bellies - also made in a non-union plants in Chicago/Taiwan
|Chocolate Dutch Mints
|Kathryn Beich specialty candy
|Famous Old Time Candies (gourmet chocolates)
|Nestle Crunch Butterfinger Crisp
|Pearson's Candy Co.
|Malted Milk Balls
|Salted Nut Roll
|Chocolate Coated Nuts, and Sours
|Sunkist Fruit Gel Slices
|Black & Red Vines
|Anabelles Candy Company
|Boston Baked Beans
|Chocolate Covered Cherries
|Yogurt Nuts & Fruit
|Lays Potato Chips
|Jax Cheese Curls
|Keystone Snacks Party Mix
|Guittard Chocolate Company
Fruit & Nuts
Members of the United Farm Workers (UFW) help produce various fruits and nuts with the UFW label, including products from: Coastal Berry Co., Swanton Berry, Montpelier Almonds, Brown Date Gardent Dates, Mann's California Apples, and cirtus fruit from Sunkist, Sunworld, Airdrome and Big Jim.
*Some products made in Mexico; check the label for country of origin.
This original article was published by the AFL-CIO.