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Annual sales: $100.2 million
Who makes it: Hershey
When the first Kiss rolled off the Hershey production line in 1907, each one was hand-wrapped. In 1921, as sales rose, the company turned to machines, which today can foil-wrap 1,300 Kisses a minute. As for the candy's name, even Hershey doesn't know its derivation.