SUBSTANDARD KITKAT BARS ADDED TO FILLING
KitKat fillings contain reject chocolate bar fingers, it has been claimed.
The four-fingered Nestlé snack, named one of the ‘‘most influential’’ chocolate bars of all time by Time Magazine, is made from the delicious sweet treat and wafer, but it is understood that within the wafer is crushed up KitKats.
The sweet treat has been in more than 200 flavours, but its secret filling has been unknown until now.
Some people assumed it was a different type of chocolate, which Nestlé vaguely describes as “smooth and creamy chocolayer”, but according to The Mirror newspaper, quality assurance technicians on the production line are tasked with removing substandard bars that have imperfections, and instead of throwing these KitKats away, they are said to be mashed up into a fine paste and remade into a sensual filling. But the method has alarmed Mental Floss, which noted: “If all KitKats contain the remains of imperfect KitKats, and not all KitKats are perfect, then every KitKat that gets recycled contains the remains of older KitKats, which contained older KitKats, which contained older KitKats ... How far back does that actually go?!”