If you’ve been anywhere overseas or walked through an international airport once, you’ve seen — and hopefully tried — a Kinder Bueno bar. With its creamy hazelnut filling and crispy wafer coated with milk chocolate, it’s hard not to get instantly addicted and pack your carry-on with these candy bars. And now, they’re finally coming to the U.S.
According to People, which broke the news, Ferrero has announced it’ll add the U.S. to its list of 60 countries that currently offer Kinder Bueno bars. You can expect to find them in November.
No further details were released regarding where we’ll be able to purchase them, but we imagine it’d include major grocery stores, like Walmart and Target.
The Kinder Bueno bars are the second product to hit the states. After initially being banned due to a 1930s law banning candy stuffed with non-food objects, Kinder Eggs, a chocolate egg with a toy inside, were not legally accepted in the U.S. But they became available in May 2017 because new packaging separated the toy from the chocolate so the eggs were no longer illegal. According to People, they’ve sold more than 90 million Kinder Joys in the U.S. since.
If you absolutely can’t wait until November, it’s not difficult to get your hands on these Kinder bars. Amazon sells a pack of 30 for $33. It’ll take a couple of weeks to get them and the price is pretty steep but the shipping is free, so there’s that.
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