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I was speaking with a friend of mine the other day, and she thought that Kindereggs were made in Italy. This is actually true, although in 2004 century Kindereggs split and were actually manufactured by Germans. How can you tell if you're eating a German or an Italian Kinder Surprise? Do Germans who go abroad and purchase Kinder Surprises find the quality to be lower?
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Hi Chiara, thanks for liking this topic! I am such a huge fan of chocolate, I don't think I can go a day without at least some form of it (be it a bar of chocolate, hot chocolate, chocolate-covered fruit, etc...). Thanks for making me aware of Barilla - I was unaware of it, and I'll avoid it in the future.
I think most American chocolates are of a lower quality (at least the cheap kinds you find in the grocery store - you can always pay more for "luxury" goods). So I love living in France where you have entire aisles of milka and ritter to eat!