With the New York Times voting Irish chocolate as the BEST chocolate, it's not surprising other chocolate brands are trying to keep up.
Hershey's has recently revealed that they are changing its recipe and are now using real vanilla, instead of the artificial version "vanillin" (which sounds horrible just saying it).
According to Time, the company implemented the change a few weeks ago, with bags of the changed-chocolates hitting shelves right now.
Earlier this year, Hershey's company executives announced that they would be making a company-wide move to replace all artificial ingredients with those that are "easier to understand."
The chocolate company join a long line of food companies implementing a ban on artificial ingredients, including Campbell's and Kellogg's.