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Handmade KitKat goes on sale in Manila

Nestle-owned global chocolate brand KitKat is running a pop-up concept at SM Megamall in Manila until December 25.

Called KitKat Chocolatory, the concept store allows customers to customise their own KitKat creations by choosing from a range of ingredients including almonds, macadamias and pretzels. It also offers limited edition local flavours such as mango graham, ube, saba and quezo.  

“Filipinos can enjoy their own KitKat break and enjoy exclusive KitKat. This is definitely something that every chocolate lover should not miss,” said Nestle Confectionery CEO Gerard Poa.

KitKat Chocolatory concept also exists in countries including Japan, Thailand and some parts in Europe.  

First launched in 1935 in the UK, chocolate-covered wafer bar KitKat is present in more than 80 countries today.

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