Hershey’s to celebrate International Women’s Day with limited-edition SHE bars

Celebrate SHE with Hershey's. Image courtesy Hershey's
Celebrate SHE with Hershey's. Image courtesy Hershey's /

International Women’s Day is on March 8 and Hershey’s is celebrating in a very special way! The Hershey’s brand has created special packaging that highlights the “SHE” in “Hershey’s” in their iconic Milk Chocolate bars to celebrate women. Because there is no Hershey’s without SHE!

This is the first time in the US that Hershey’s does this, so we’re pretty excited. The brand even sent a few of these my way and I can’t wait to share them with my mom and best friend! Who would you give one of these bars to?

These special Hershey’s Milk Chocolate bars are very exclusive, though! How can you score one of these CElebrate SHE bars? We have all the details for you, below.

Celebrate SHE with Hershey’s. Image courtesy Hershey’s /

Celebrate International Women’s Day with limited-edition Hershey’s bars

The chocolate brand announced that on March 8 (and March 8 only) the first 1,000 people who stop by a Hershey’s Chocolate World location will receive one of these limited-edition bars. The locations are Hershey, PA, Times Square, New York, and Las Vegas.

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Can’t get your hands on one of these bars? No problem! The chocolate brand suggests you get creative and put your own style into the packaging. How so? All you need is a little DIY.

Just grab a marker and color in the SHE in HERSHEY’S. Share your creations on social media using the hashtag #CelebrateSHE so it catches the brand’s attention as they plan on sharing several of these on their own social channels throughout Women’s History Month.

Enjoy the Hershey’s short film, A Celebration of All Women, below:

Hershey’s Short Film – “A Celebration of All Women” – Recognizes:

A Celebration of All Women recognizes the following outstanding women:

  • Alicia Garza, an American civil rights activist and writer known for co-founding the international Black Lives Matter movement.
  • Billie Jean King, American former World No. 1 professional tennis player.
  • Katherine Johnson, an American mathematician whose calculations of orbital mechanics as a NASA employee were critical to the success of the first and subsequent U.S.-crewed spaceflights.
  • Lilly Ledbetter,  American plaintiff in the United States Supreme Court case Ledbetter v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. regarding employment discrimination.
  • Marsai Martin, American actress, and executive producer, known for her role as Diane Johnson in the ABC comedy series “Black-ish.”
  • Gilda Radner, American actress and comedian.
  • Gloria Steinem, an American feminist journalist and social-political activist who became a nationally recognized leader and spokeswoman for the American feminist movement in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
  • Katherine Switzer, American marathon runner, author, and television commentator.

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Happy International Women’s Month! Who are the most important women in your life?