Kinder Chocolate

Nutritional table
100g per portion (12.5g/21g) % RI*
Nutrients 100g per portion (12.5g/21g) % RI*
Energy kJ/kcal2360/566296 / 71 - 496 / 1194% / 6%
Fat g354.4 / 7.46% / 11%
of which Saturates g22.62.8 / 4.714% / 24%
Carbohydrates g53.56.7 / 11.23% / 4%
of which Sugars g53.36.7 / 11.27% / 12%
Protein g8.71.1 / 1.82% / 4%
Salt g0.310.4 / 0.61% / 1%
*RI = Reference Intake, EU Directive 2008/100/CE

Kinder chocolate in brief

A standard 12.5g Kinder Chocolate bar contains 71kcal
Kinder Chocolate contains no artificial colours or hydrogenated fats
Each Kinder Chocolate bar is individually wrapped in child-friendly portions


Michele Ferrero conceived the idea for Kinder in Germany in the late 1960s, when he observed a gap in the children’s chocolate market. Using a ‘more milk, less cocoa’ mantle, he created a product free from artificial colourings and hydrogenated fats that can be enjoyed as part of a balanced young diet. Kinder chocolate is available in individually wrapped portions of either 12.5g or 21g, clearly labelled with nutritional information for parents.

Nutritional Factsheet

Kinder Chocolate

Did you know?
Globally, Kinder Chocolate was the first product in the range, but it only launched in the UK in 2002.
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