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January 31st, 2002

The Kit-Kat Mystery

Someone please explain this to me:

Kit Kat ingredients

Why would a Kit Kat bar have nonfat milk if it’s going to have milk fat added in later? Wouldn’t using regular milk trim the ingredient list down by one?

I shall find out. I swear it.

Posted in Food and Beverage

Somebody November 22, 2006, 1:15 am

If you notice, the milk fat is listed later than the nonfat milk in the ingredients. They probably need a certain amount of milk fat to be added and since they can’t measure it exactly in the milk, they go with the nonfat milk so they can add however much milk fat as they need to.

losers!! March 19, 2007, 5:34 pm

nothing!!!! y dony u guys get a life?????

Amber September 27, 2007, 8:20 pm


That’s hilarious.


Theresa March 8, 2012, 8:12 am

The wafer, which is meant to be light and crisp is the part that contains non fat milk while the milk fat is listed under the “chocolate:” section. Case closed.

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