Japanese Kit Kat: Japan has taken Kit Kat to a whole new level with endless amounts of weird and wonderful flavours and amazing packaging designs. Bored of the average Kit Kat you find at your local shops? Why not try Japanese Kit Kat, you wont be disappointed!
Chocolate coating (vegetable fat, sugar, lactose, whole milk powder, cocoa butter), whole grain biscuits (wheat flour, sugar, shortening, whole wheat flour salt) Wheat flour, lactose vegetable fat, sugar cocoa powder, whole powder milk , Cacao mass, yeast, cocoa butter, okara powder (including soybeans) / emulsifier, swelling agent, caramel pigment, baking soda, fragrance, yeast food
Per Kit Kat Bar (9.7g) (x2 included)
– Energy: 54kcal
– Protein: 0.38g
– Fat: 3.1g
– Carbohydrates: 6.1g
– Salt: 0.01g
– Contains wheat products
– Contains milk products
– Contains soybean products
Made in a factory which also uses nut based products
Dagashi (駄菓子) is a term used to describe small Japanese candy often purchased by kids with their allowance similar to snacks found at a Tuck shop in England. Dagashi Snacks are perfect add-on items and with extremely low delivery costs, they’re best way to try even more delicious Japanese candy!