In Britain the number of flavours available to KitKat fans can be counted on the fingers of two hands. In Japan the varieties of the chocolate-covered wafer bar on sale at any given time stretches to dozens, including purple sweet potato, edamame bean and wasabi, and owner Nestlé is opening a new factory to cater to demand.
Opening on Tuesday in the western city of Himeji, the first new KitKat factory to open in Japan in 26 years will specialise in producing small quantities of a wide variety of premium versions of the snack, including strawberry and maple as well as pistachio and raspberry combinations.
Donald Trump has spent much of the past week publicly humiliating the most effective member of his cabinet — a man who was one of his campaign’s earliest supporters and is, to this day, a hero to his base.
If you love Coke Zero, you’d better stock up on it: Coca-Cola is ditching the drink.
Coke Zero will be replaced by a new sugar-free drink called Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, Coke announced Wednesday.
Though she doesn’t recall a specific date, Angelina Jolie knew the end of her marriage to Brad Pitt was near by the end of last summer.
“I didn’t want to use that word … Things became ‘difficult,’” Jolie revealed in the September issue of Vanity Fair, disclosing “things got bad” as her film “First They Killed My Father” entered post-production.
This is hard to swallow.
The US military blows $41.6 million a year on Viagra for its troops — about five times more than the estimated medical costs for transgender servicepeople, according to a new report.