Take A Break And Enjoy These 10 Fascinating Facts About Kit Kats

4. Or as an accompaniment to your afternoon cup of tea.

5. They’re made by both Hershey’s and Nestle.

Nestle bought Rowntree’s in 1988 and took over the Kit Kat global brand, but Hershey’s had a previous agreement with Rowntree’s, so they got the rights to manufacture the candy in the USA.

6. Because of a milk shortage during WWII, Rowntree’s started manufacturing the candy with dark chocolate, and used a blue label to signify the change.