How is Nestle cutting the amount of sugar in its Kit Kat chocolate bars?
Nestle says it is cutting the amount of sugar in its Kit Kat chocolate bars by using a technique it is patenting. The company says it has invented a way of structuring sugar differently, which means it dissolves more quickly and the tongue perceives "an almost identical sweetness to before".
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