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You'll be shocked to find out what's inside KitKat

You’ll be shocked to find out what’s inside KitKat

When a food or drink becomes popular, the recipe becomes something to investigate. Some companies divulge it, others keep the formula a secret so it won’t be imitated by their streams.

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Kit Kat chocolate is one of the most famous and famous for its crunchy look and it started spreading in Brazil in 1994.

How is production?

in “shorts” YoutubeZack D Films has posted a video showing how to make KitKat. It already has more than 11 million visits on the platform.

In this video, he shows that when KitKats break during production, they cannot be sold, and are turned into scraps that are left aside at the factory. However, it is not discarded, it is crushed into portions and then sugar is added. This is how their inner layer is formed. In short, accidentally broken KitKats are reused and not wasted.

There are also these Chocolate which are quality controlled and do not fit product standards, either by proportionality, which are smaller or larger than expected and “combined” with other KitKats.

What is the interest of companies in non-disclosure of revenue?

The composition of some foods changes over the years, either for the worse or for the better. This innovation happens, especially when the results are not good.

Hiding the formula is the companies’ interest in not copying or favoring something similar or similar that comes from the competition.

History of Kit Kat

The idea for this chocolate came after an employee of Rowntree Limited in York made a proposal to create a snack that workers could take in their lunchbox. The original version contained four continuous rows of wafers covered in milk chocolate. Each row was 1 cm wide and 12 cm long. In May 1937, this chocolate was officially named Kit Kat Chocolate Crisp.

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