The same reason pop is different. Difent areas also have different standards for things like water andd other items. Like well water tastes differently from city water. Each places processes and manufactures with that areas resources. So kit kats in us have slightly different resources being used versus uk kit kats. Learned this when getting a pepsi in mexico versus us several years ago
hell u know r choc rocks
its a gd job,otherwise imagine how big u wud b,lol
nothin bettr than cadburys choc
We put pesticides and jet fuel in ours. Some people don't like those flavors.
I bet KIT-KATS in here have different taste too with the rest!! Haha! Already different with the ones we bought in Holland!
Because the Kats are different species in each country.
i can tell you on trucking difference usa uses corn syrup in soda coke pepsi and uk uses real sugar usa changed to corn syrup around 1972 with out telling the public and for you people that drink a lot of this their no calcium in pepsi or soda
I thought chocolate in the UK was sweeter than ours.
they don't? which tastes better?
darn, well then i need to get over there and try one! kit-kats are my favorite
Probably not as fat as the U.S. ones
Don't be jealous just because our Kit-Kats taste better in the U.S.
I live in the U.S. I don't really like Kit Kats i prefer butterfinger
Yeah their chocolate kicks the u.s chocolates ***
They don't taste better...you just think they do because you grew up on them. Just like "mom's" cooking is always best.
the answer is very simple, because its made in the U.S under a different company which is Hershey's while in the UK and the rest of world its made under Nestle. I prefer Nestle by the way everyhing they made taste much better than the other chocolate companies.
mmm....same reason the KFC over there still has feathers on it.....While U.S KFC is specifically designed to get you blubbery without feathers.
The ones in the UK are made with urine
Kit Kat was licensed to Hershey in the US prior to Nestle buying the company that initially developed Kit Kat. They are not related in anyway other way than the name. Interesting fact, if Hershey sells to a buyer they can no longer use the Kit Kat brand.