The only Kat kit that you can eat without spoiling the diet
Nestlé's new creation is made only of grains and flesh of the cocoa plant. Bonus: does not contain added sugar.
Sit down and take a deep breath: Kat set up without added sugar and 70 percent dark chocolate. Nestlé uses a proprietary technique that converts a white pulp that surrounds cocoa beans into a powder that naturally contains sugar as a sweetener.
"Sugar reduction is inseparable, not intentional … It's an innovative way to produce chocolate and use the best cocoa beans," said Alexander Von Maillot, head of the Nestlé confectionery in Bloomberg. "
The new chocolate will have 40 percent less sugar than most bars of equivalent sugar. This happens when consumers place more natural and healthy options and reduce refined sugars in their food. The new Kit Kat will appear on the market in Japan this fall. It will be expanded all over the world by 2020.