Kit Kat Mint Chocolate Whirl 170G
NESTLE KITKAT Mint Choc Whirl Block contains 11 wafer fingers on a milk chocolate base, covered with delicious swirls of mint flavoured choc. KITKAT is the ideal treat when you’re enjoying a break. Enjoying chocolate as part of a balanced diet is one of life’s little pleasures. An ideal snack, this four Finger contains 2 portions (1 portion = 2 fingers). It has no artificial colours or preservatives. NESTLE KITKAT Mint Choc Whirl Block uses 100% sustainably sourced cocoa from the NESTLE COCOA PLAN and is certified by UTZ. The NESTLE COCOA PLAN aims to improve the lives of cocoa farming communities and the quality of the cocoa NESTLE purchases. Launched in 1935, KITKAT has become an iconic snack bar ever since. Just unwrap, break off a finger, snap it in two and savour the wafer finger covered in deliciously smooth milk chocolate. HAVE A BREAK, HAVE A KITKAT.
Sugar, Full Cream Milk Powder, Vegetable Fat [Emulsifier ( Soy Lecithin)], Wheat Flour, Cocoa Butter, Cocoa Mass, Emulsifiers ( Soy Lecithin, 476), Cocoa, Glucose Syrup, Colour (141), Yeast, Raising Agent (Sodium Bicarbonate), Flavours, Salt. Contains Milk, Wheat and Soy. May Contain Tree Nuts. Product Contains 60% Milk Chocolate, 24% Wafer Fingers, 16% Mint Flavoured Choc. Milk Chocolate Contains Minimum 22% Cocoa Solids and 25% Milk Solids.
Country of origin
Made in Australia (from local and imported ingredients)
About the company
Nestlé was founded in 1866 and is headquartered in Vevey, Switzerland. The company operates 449 factories and employs 278,000 employees around the world. Our objective is to be recognised as the leader in Nutrition, Health and Wellness and as the reference for sustainable financial performance, and trusted by all stakeholders.
Globally, we believe that the very future of our company lies in helping people to eat a healthier diet. We do this through what we do best: by making our products more nutritious and better for our consumers; and by using our unique position in the marketplace to respond to some of the broader health challenges facing our community, from micronutrient malnutrition to issues such as obesity and cardiovascular disease.