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  • Oct 20:

    KitKat and the hyphen


    By Alex Hutchinson, Archivist and Historian

    My colleagues tell me that there is a rumour going around that there used to be a hyphen on KitKat’s wrappers, and that it has mysteriously disappeared in recent years. I'm happy to debunk another myth.

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  • Aug 28:

    KitKat is named after a man called Christopher


    By Alex Hutchinson, Nestlé UK Archivist & Historian

    It's the KitKat® chocolate bar's 80th anniversary on Saturday, and we're celebrating by publishing an image, for the first time in nearly 100 years, of the chocolate box that gave the bar its name. Ever wondered why KitKat® is called KitKat®? Well read on...

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