What Is The Natural Flavor In Hershey’s Chocolate?

Hershey will be taking out lactose (a natural sugar present in milk), PGR (Polyglycerol polyricinoleate, a chemical emulsifier), other emulsifiers, and vanillin (the primary component of the vanilla bean).

As always, Hershey’s chocolate will not contain high fructose corn syrup.

What is natural flavor in chocolate?

The natural flavor in chocolate is chocolate, but called cacao or cocoa in ingredient lists. In general, “natural” flavors come from natural sources. The phrase really has no useful meaning, since a synthesized version of a flavor is chemically identical.

Why does Hershey’s chocolate taste like vomit?

According to MailOnline, the chemical found in Hershey’s chocolate, vomit, parmesan cheese and sour butter is called butyric acid. They also claim the butyric acid — which gives vomit its acidic smell and taste — gives American chocolate its “tangy” flavor.

What ingredients are in Hershey’s chocolate?

Ingredients: Milk chocolate (sugar, milk, chocolate, cocoa butter, lactose, milk fat, soy lecithin, PGPR, emulsifier, vanillin, artificial flavor).

Is Hershey’s Chocolate Organic?

Dagoba organic chocolate has launched a range of bars and morsels at natural and specialty food retailers across the US. According to Hershey, all Dagoba’s chocolates use cocoa beans sourced from Rainforest Alliance and are blended with USDA certified organic ingredients. They are also non-GMO and Kosher certified.