Kit Kat to cut fat

Nestle is to cut the amount of saturated fat in its Kit Kat chocolate bars, which are made in York, as part of a government drive to make British people healthier.

Nestle promises Kit Kats will taste the same with less fat

Kit Kat chocolate bars will not taste any different despite a new recipe with less saturated fat, according to a spokesman for Nestle. The firm, which manufactures Kit Kats in York, has signed a government pledge to reduce the amount of saturated fat in the UK diet.

Michelle Roberts, the company's Head of Nutrition, said the firm has spent three years researching the new recipe.