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is dealing with shifting consumer and shopping trends. Our vision is to be an innovative snacking leader in the marketplace; we are the No. 2 snacking manufacturer in the US $HSY pic.twitter.com/T112f3LghU The Hershey Company (@HersheyCompany) March 1, 2017 Americans are eating healthier snacks and they are shopping more online, which makes them less likely to make an impulsive chocolate purchase in the checkout line.Buck said that Hershey is not looking at significantly reducing the sugar in its products, but that it is developing new store displays and packaging, such as stand-up bags, to make its products more exciting for consumers. Brittany Weissman, a consumer analyst with Edward Jones in St. Louis, said it's a "challenging environment" as consumers have "fragmented in their shopping choices." Many are spending more time in the fresh produce and dairy areas and purchasing more protein. Hershey's 2 percent to 4 percent sales-growth target seems realistic, Weissman said, adding that she was surprised at the emphasis the company put on expanding outside confection products. Hershey has not said where it would cut employees but noted they will mostly come from the money-losing overseas business. Buck's presentation in New York, which stretched more than two hours and was webcast, was being closely watched in the กระเป๋า ZARA confections and food industries, as some view Hershey as a potential takeover target. Hershey rejected a $23 billion takeover offer from Mondelez last summer. Hershey Co. is controlled by the $12 billion Hershey Trust and is the largest single source of cash through stock dividends to operate the scandal-plagued Milton Hershey School for impoverished children.
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