Why Are Some Kitkats..

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daz1969 | 14:12 Sun 20th Sep 2020 | Food & Drink
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Why are some KitKats in foil and paper & some in a coated foil material? Thanks


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Because if they put them in both, it would be overwrapped.
Seems it depends which paper they are made at.

Also they may be going back to the more easier recyclable packaging too.
** Seems it depends which factory they are made at.
I wondered if it depends on how long they have been in storage in the shop. :-)
I have the answer lurking at the back of my mind, just can't put my finger on it.
Have a break, Douglas.
Hey, It's an interesting question, I would also like to know the relevant answer.
They are always experimenting with new cost effective materials. But, once they settle on a new one, it means buying new packaging machinery. Maybe cheaper to run both.
It is definitely a money thing, for a bunch of reasons, some obvious, some not so obvious.

The options for producing a wrapped chocolate bar are either a two-piece wrapping, with some combination of foil and paper, or a sealed "plastic" envelope, done on a horizontal flow-wrapping machine. At a basic level, foil or plastic are necessary to stop greasy cocoa butter from migrating from the inside of the package to the outside.

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