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The sweet life just got bitter in Hershey, Pa., as the 97 year-old chocolate company put itself on the market. The Chocolate Workers union and other townspeople are fighting to keep some control over Hershey Chocolate, and to protect their jobs. But Hershey's profitability has attracted potential buyers like Kraft and Nestle. Damon Boughamer of member station WITF reports.

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