Kit Kat becomes Brit Kat for The Queen's Jubliee
12:00am 6th May 2012
With Jubilee street party planning in full swing even the most energetic deserve a well earned break, and thanks to Kit Kat you can enjoy a piece of Britain in your break with the new aptly named limited edition Brit Kat
Made in York since 1935, Kit Kat is made with fresh milk and home-grown wheat sourced from British farms, bringing the best of Britain into a delicious chocolate treat. And now, for the first time in its 77 year history, British born Kit Kat is changing its name in honour of Her Royal Highness herself. In fact, Brit Kat is bursting with so much national pride, that the packaging even adorns the iconic red, white and blue design of the Union Jack.
"As on one of the UK's favourite chocolate brands, Kit Kat is an iconic British chocolate bar that has stood the test of time. The iconic chocolate finger bars were around at the time of the Queen's coronation, so what better way to celebrate the Jubilee than with a limited edition Brit Kat."
The limited edition Brit Kat multipacks will be in store nationwide from 23rd May 2012 while stocks last. Individual bars are sold exclusively in Co-op stores across the country.
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