When you taste something delicious, you just want more of the same and keep it coming, right?
Well that’s exactly what those clever people over at Nestle thought when they were concocting the humble KitKat.
Oh please, it's just chocolate and wafer we hear you say, but in a minute you're about to be all #BitchImShook cos that's just not the case.
You know that layer between the wafers? The one they cleverly describe as the “chocolayer”? Well it’s actually smashed up KitKats according to the BBC’s Inside the Factory program.
Yep it’s basically KitKat inception. Kit-ception? Kit-ception.
Anyway so basically it’s the KitKats that don’t make the cut (for purely aesthetic reasons mind you), that then get broken up and go back into the production process.
Technicians go through the bars (yep that’s someone’s actual job) and remove any bars that aren’t up to scratch and put them back through the process. Talk about recycling.
Although we can't help but wonder how they made the first KitKat. Much like the chicken and the egg, this mystery will surely haunt us for life…
This article previously appeared on marie claire.