The Kit Kat is a chocolate-covered wafer bar. It was originally produced by a company out of the United Kingdom named Rowntree’s, however its production has since been shifted to a global scale by Nestlé, a Swiss company. Invented in 1935, the iconic and creamy milk chocolate bar was originally named ‘Rowntree’s Chocolate Crisp’. Interestingly, the bar is particularly loved in Japan, where marketing for the bar benefited from it’s namesake bearing remarkable similarity to the old Japanese phrase, “Kitto Katsu”, in English, “You will surely win.” For this reason, it has become a tradition among Japanese students to eat Kit Kats before taking exams.
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