It's not easy being a member of the Hershey family, and constantly being overshadowed by some of the most popular chocolates in the world. However, when you taste these decadent Zero Bars, you will agree that they are a secret treasure in Hershey's product line.
They were first introduced by Hollywood Brands in the 1920s as Double Zero Bar. By 1934, the name was shaved down to "Zero." In 1996, Hershey Foods Corporation obtained the rights to the candy, and it boasts the same amazing flavor it did all those years ago. When you open the wrapper to one of these Zero Bars the first thing you will notice is that it's white.
That layer of snow white fudge may be enough to get you licking your lips. When you bite into the bar, your taste buds are awarded with the flavors of caramel, peanut, and almond nougat. Although you can share these Zero Bars, once you taste how good they are, you might want to keep them all to yourself.