KIT KAT - Kit Kat is named after the chef Christopher Catling
Kit Kat is named after the chef Christopher Catling. The group was called the Kit Kat club and took its name from an abbreviated version of the owner’s name. It is a chocolate-covered wafer biscuit bar. Bars typically have 2 or 4 fingers.
The Kit Kat name originates from the late 17th century in London. For most of its life, Kit Kat has appeared in a red and white wrapper. The basic ingredients in Kit Kat are sugar, partially hydrogenated vegetable oils, milk solids, wheat flour, cocoa solids.