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Nestle Japan building new plant to meet exotic Kit Kat demand

It will start operating a second factory in Himeji solely for making upscale, pricier versions of the snack

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On Tuesday, Nestle Japan opened its renovated Chocolatory flagship store in Ginza, Tokyo's main shopping district.

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WASABI, green tea and sake aren't just foods in Japan, they're also a few of the many versions of Kit Kat offered in the country.

While the wafer-and-chocolate snacks have been available in more than 300 flavours here for more than four decades, recent offerings from custard

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