Monday, September 26, 2011

Why are Hershey's Kisses aerated? Like my yard?

Can someone please explain Hershey’s new aerated Kisses to me? Are we not just paying the same amount to have air whipped into our chocolate, saving money for Hershey’s? I expected them to be like 3 Musketeers inside, but there are just air pockets. It's like when my husband uses the aerator on our yard to keep the grass healthy. Do they have a mini aerator that they run over chocolate to make tiny holes in it?

2 comments:

  1. Well when a lawn is aerated it serves two purposes.
    1. To loosen compacted soil so grass roots may grow/expand better.
    2. So oxygen can get to the grass roots easier.
    Both have healthy benefits on grass.
    My guess on aerating chocolate is perhaps the same idea, to get more oxygen to the brains of people who buy aerated chocolate.
    But that's just a guess.

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  2. Oh sorry. Love you.
    Arvid

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