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Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company engages in the manufacture and sale of chewing gum and other confectionery products, both in the United States and abroad. It also manufactures products other than chewing gum or confectionery products through its two domestic wholly owned associated companies, L. A. Dreyfus Company and Northwestern Flavors, LLC. L. A. Dreyfus produces chewing gum base for the company's domestic and international production facilities, and for third party gum manufacturers in the United States and abroad. Northwestern Flavors processes flavorings and rectifies mint oil for the company's domestic and international production facilities. The company's direct customers include vending distributors, concessionaires, and other customers purchasing in wholesale quantities. It markets its products primarily through distributors, wholesalers, corporate chains, and cooperative buying groups that distribute the product through retail outlets. As of December 31, 2004, Wm. Wrigley manufactured its products in 4 factories in the United States and 15 factories in other countries. The company was founded in 1891 by William Wrigley Jr. and is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.


Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Inc. engages in the manufacture of confectionery products, as well as in the operation and franchising of confectionery stores in the United States, Canada, Guam, and the United Arab Emirates. It offers approximately 300 chocolate candies and other confectionery products, including clusters, caramels, creams, mints, and truffles. As of November 15, 2005, the company and its franchisees operated 302 stores. Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Durango, Colorado.


Imperial Sugar Company and its subsidiaries engage in processing and marketing refined sugar in the United States. It refines, packages, and distributes granulated, powdered, liquid, and brown sugars. The company markets its products in various packaging options under various brand names, which include Dixie Crystals, Holly, and Imperial. It also produces specialty sugar products, including Savannah Gold and specialty sugars, which are used in confections and icings. Imperial Sugar sells its products to retail grocers; foodservice distributors; and industrial customers, principally food manufacturers, through wholesalers and distributors. The company was formed in 1843 and is headquartered in Sugar Land, Texas.


Tootsie Roll Industries, Inc. engages in the manufacture and sale of confectionery products in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. The company sells its products primarily under the Tootsie Roll, Tootsie Roll Pops, Child's Play, Caramel Apple Pops, Charms, Blow-Pop, Blue Razz, Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Da Pops, Cella's, Mason Dots, Mason Crows, Junior Mint, Charleston Chew, Sugar Daddy, Sugar Babies, Andes, Fluffy Stuff, Dubble Bubble, Razzles, Cry Baby, and Nik-L-Nip brand names. It sells its products primarily to supermarkets, various stores, dollar stores, chain grocers, drug chains, discount chains, cooperative grocery associations, warehouse and membership club stores, wholesale distributors of candy and groceries, vending machine operators, the U. S. military, and fund-raising charitable organizations. The company markets its products through approximately 100 candy and grocery brokers in the United States. Tootsie Roll Industries was founded in 1896. It was formerly known as Sweets Company of America and changed its name to Tootsie Roll Industries, Inc. in 1966. The company is based in Chicago, Illinois.


The Hershey Company manufactures chocolate and nonchocolate confectionery and grocery products. It principally offers confectionery and snack products sold in the form of bar goods, bagged items, and boxed items; refreshment products sold in the form of gum and mints; and grocery products sold in the form of baking ingredients, chocolate drink mixes, peanut butter, and beverages. The company offers a variety of snack products to consumers, including Hershey's cookies, Mauna Loa macadamia nuts, and Hershey's Snack Barz. It also provides a range of products specifically designed to address the nutritional interests of customers. These products include sugar-free Hershey's, Reese's, and York candies, as well as Hershey's SmartZone bars for people seeking balanced nutrition. The company also markets Hershey's cocoa, which is a natural source of antioxidants; Hershey's syrup; and other branded baking ingredients and toppings. The company sells its products primarily to wholesale distributors, chain grocery stores, mass merchandisers, chain drug stores, vending companies, wholesale clubs, convenience stores, and concessionaires through sales representatives, food brokers, and retail sales merchandisers in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Brazil. In addition, the company imports and/or markets selected confectionery products in the Philippines, Japan, and South Korea; and markets confectionery products in approximately 60 countries. The company was founded in 1893 by M. S. Hershey. It was formerly known as Hershey Chocolate Company and changed its name to Hershey Chocolate Corporation in 1927. Further, the company changed its name to Hershey Foods Corporation in 1968 and The Hershey Company in April 2005. The Hershey Company is headquartered in Hershey, Pennsylvania.