Focus: Has Hershey's international push backfired?
Compared to many food sector giants, Hershey's expansion on the international stage was relatively recent. Stepping up Hershey's presence overseas was seen as a way to unlock growth in rapidly-expanding markets and the company was bullish on its ability to translate the brand strength of its portfolio to new territories. But this path has proven challenging in 2015 and, last week, Hershey again lowered its sales forecast for the year, citing weakness in the key international market of China. Katy Askew examines whether Hershey's international drive has stalled.
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