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Kit Kat Mini Save the Blue Ocean (Pack of 6)

Environmental NPO support salty chocolate

US$ 39

Wouldn't it be great if you could satisfy your craving for chocolate and, at the same time, do something to help the environment? With the Kit Kat Mini Save the Blue Ocean, you can! Created in collaboration with the Japanese nonprofit Uminari, which is working to raise awareness about marine plastics (and this is particularly appropriate in a land like Japan, who is overdoing it when it comes to plastic), a percentage from what you pay for each bag goes to help the organization - and you get six bags in this set!

In keeping with the overall sea-related theme, the Kit Kat Mini Save the Blue Ocean chocolate biscuits come in a salty flavor - yes, they really do contain natural sea salt! And each chocolate's individual wrapping and each bag are illustrated with magnificent black and white photographs taken by the famous underwater photographer Ai Futaki, holder of the Guinness World Record for covering the longest distance in an underwater cave with only one breath! More than just "only in Japan" Kit Kats, these are truly unique snacks that everyone with a sweet tooth should try!

Specs and Features:

  • Exclusive to Japan
  • Contains 6 bags of 11 individually wrapped chocolate biscuits
  • Dimensions: 165 x 250 x 35 mm (6.4 x 9.8 x 1.3")
  • Weight: 11.88 g (0.41 oz)
  • Energy (per piece): 64 kcal
  • Protein (per piece): 0.43 g
  • Fat (per piece): 3.6 g
  • Carbohydrates (per piece): 7.4 g
  • Salt equivalent (per piece): 0.02-0.07 g
  • Contains: chocolate (sugar, lactose, vegetable oil/fat, whole milk powder, cocoa butter), wheat flour, vegetable oil/fat, lactose, sugar, table salt, yeast, cocoa powder, whole milk, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, coloring, flavoring, baking soda
  • Each biscuit wrapper features 1 of 14 different underwater photography images by photographer Ai Futaki
  • Each bag features 1 of 4 different underwater photography images by photographer Ai Futaki
  • 10 yen from the sale of each bag goes to the Uminari NPO addressing marine plastic waste
US$ 39

US$ 39