Have a break, have a SAKE KitKat! Japanese go wild for wacky flavours prompting new Nestle factory opening



Chocolate maker Nestle is opening its first factory in Japan to meet demand for exotic KitKats.
Around 300 varieties have been introduced in Japan, with flavours such as green tea, custard pudding and ginger. 
Other wacky tastes include yam and even Sake rice wine. 
KitKat sales have grown by 50 per cent in Asia since 2010. 
It is thought its popularity in Japan is partly down to its name – because it sounds like the phrase ‘kitto katsu’ which means ‘sure win’ in Japanese.
The chocolate is also a popular gift for people about to sit an exam or start a project. 
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27 July 2017 in Business, Views: 40
Source: Daily Mail
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