How Did KIT KAT Become a Japanese Brand?

Nestlé Japan’s regional marketing strategy

IGNITION Staff
Aug 20, 2015 · 5 min read
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KIT KAT Yubari Melon Flavor and KIT KAT Itoh-Kyuemon Uji-Matcha Flavor, courtesy of Nestlé Japan


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