Crisp wafer fingers, covered with delicious Choco layer
The perfect balance of wafer and Choco layer, giving you the perfect break
Contains milk and cocoa solids
No artificial colours
Centre Filling [50% (Sugar, Hydrogenated Vegetable Fats (Contain Sesame Oil), Cocoa Solids, Wafer Powder, Milk Solids And Hazelnut Paste)], Chocolayer [40% (Sugar, Hydrogenated Vegetable Fats, Milk Solids, Cocoa Solids and Antioxidant (Soya Lecithin))] and Wafer [10% (Wheat Flour, Maltodextrin, Hydrogenated Vegetable Fat (Contains Sesame Oil), Antioxidant (Soya Lecithin), Salt, Nutrient (Calcium Sulphate), Leavening Agent (Baking Powder) And Improver (Enzyme))]
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Nestlé KITKAT Chocolate cover Wafer Fingers is the ideal snack for those who really value their break. It’s the ideal treat when you’re enjoying a break, alone or with friends. Just unwrap the bar and break off one of the wafer fingers, snap it into two and savour the deliciously smooth milk chocolate and the crispy wafer beneath. Enjoying chocolate as part of a balanced diet is one of life’s little pleasures and this KITKAT treat makes a perfect snack to have as part of a balanced diet with only approximately 47 calories per finger (1 portion = 2 fingers) and 2% of an average adult’s Guideline Daily Amounts (GDA). Nestlé KIT KAT is also great for baking, dipping, and candy making. So, bake your way to delicious KIT KAT chocolate recipes and enjoy the tempting taste. So when it’s time to Have a break, have a KitKat!
PROUDLY USING SUSTAINABLE COCOA: NESTLÉ KITKAT uses sustainably sourced cocoa from the NESTLÉ COCOA PLAN. The NESTLÉ COCOA PLAN aims to improve the lives of cocoa farming communities and the quality of the cocoa NESTLÉ purchases. The cocoa under NESTLÉ COCOA PLAN is certified globally by either UTZ or Fairtrade. Open, Break, Snap and Enjoy!
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