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Kit-Kat Chocolate Bar
Transcript of Kit-Kat Chocolate Bar
Kit-Kat is a chocolate-covered wafer biscuit bar that was created by Rowntree's in York, England,
Now produced worldwide by Nestlé, which acquired Rowntree in 1988
Nestle produces more than three million Kit Kat's daily
How it impacts the environment
Making and delivering products in ways that are both environmentally sustainable and socially responsible
Packaging used is designed to maximize recycling
Reduce environmental impacts
Use natural resources wisely
Palm oil is used inefficently in the production of Kit-Kat
Large usage of palm oil is causing deforestration and habitat loss
Social Impact relating to production
The cocoa used to produce Kit-Kat is bought from the Ivory coast
Most workers there are young children that are trafficked by near by countries
Children are forced to work there all day long with hazardous tools
Children are not payed and are treated terribly
Smuggling innocent children is an illegal way to produce cocoa
Nestle Kit-Kat is supporting child labour to produce required cocoa to make their global growing buisness
Production of the Kit Kat
Producing a delectable Kit-Kat each time is no simple task
Researchers are required to research methods to produce the perfect Kit Kat bought each time
Once researchers are finished experimenting, they finalize a perfect receipe
The perfect receipe is repeated numerous times to produce the typical Kit-Kat you munch on
In most of the production process such as wafer baking, chocolate layering, and packaging, machinery is used.
Kit Kat has contributed to globalization in numerous ways
The base of chocolate production cocoa, is produced in West African countries (ties global bonds)
Nestle Kit Kat has 450 factories in 13 countries
In 1997 more than 13.2 billion Kit Kats were sold world wide
Every second 415 Kit Kat's are consumed worldwide
The latest Kit Kat is named after the newest android version 4.4.
Kit-Kat Chocolate Bar
According to the Better World Shopper Guide,
the company who makes Kit-Kat, Nestle,is ranked "F" because of its social justice, environmental impact, and human rights approach.
Kit Kat employees at factories are very happy respectively, and enjoy working for Nestle Kit Kat.
Employees at the factories are paid well and are given numerous employee benefits
Their salary range varies from country to country.
Nestle has good ethical working conditions for their employees, and assists their employees when needed.
Where is it sold ?
Kit Kat bars are produced in 13 countries by Nestlé: UK, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Germany, Russia, Japan, China, Malaysia, India, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, and Bulgaria.
Sold in places like grocery stores, corner stores, convenience stores, etc.
Kit-Kat has a health impact on its consumers because this food is high in Saturated Fat, and a large portion of the calories in this food comes from sugars which is a health risk to many people.
By: Dana Jwad & Srishti Shrivastav
1. Basic flour and water are added to a large machine in which the batter is made
2.Batter is layed out in wafer trays and baked to harden
3. Wafer is layered with praline coating
4. Wafer is cut into chocolate bar sizes
5. Chocolate layer is added
6. Chocolate is cooled in coolers
7. Chocolate is wrapped using trade mark foil
8. Finally, packaged boxes of chocolate are delivered to markets
The Birth of the Kit Kat
Kit Kat has negative and positive political impacts in numerous countries that it is produced in
One product allowing coutries to connect
Forget about territory border lines
Strengthen country relationships
Kit-Kat's production process questions the government with their policies regarding permissions
Governments are put in an awkward position
Conflicts between the population and government occur leading to protests and actions against the government
Kit Kat has an impact on the economy
It affects the economy in a good way because it makes the country or government more wealthy
Kit Kat makes aproximately $83 million
It is a very popular snack and many people purchase it and consider it as one of their favourite chocolate bar
Overall Kit Kat has a more negative impact
Contributes to numerous environmental impacts in regards to the usage of palm oil and deforestation
Kit Kat has several health impacts as well
It is a contributor to child labour as most cocoa used in Kit Kat is harvested by children
However, it has made astonishing contributions to extend the reach of globalization