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The weird and wacky flavors of Kit Kat in Japan
Baked potato. Soy sauce. Fruit Parfait. These aren't just delicious foods; they are also flavors of Kit Kat candy.
Kit Kats are the most popular confectionery treat in Japan, according to AdAge. "Kit Kat" approximates to "kitto katsu" - a Japanese expression meaning good luck. (Literally: "surely win.") The candy has become hugely popular as a gift, especially for schoolchildren, and candy-maker Nestle has capitalized on the craze by making dozens of unique Kit Kat flavors. The varied tastes were made to pay tribute to the unique tastes and foods of Japan. But to outsiders, they might seem a little... unusual.
Check out some of the strangest candy flavors you'll ever see.
Credit for all images: Michael Martin
Author: Bailey Johnson
Credit: Flickr/Michael Martin

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