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Kinder Bueno

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Kinder Bueno

Kinder Bueno
Kinder Bueno
One serving of Kinder Bueno = 43 g
Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)
Energy 2,378 kJ (568 kcal)
49.5 g
37.3 g
4.2 g
106 mg
Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults.

Kinder Bueno (kinder is German for "children", bueno is Spanish for "good" or "tasty") is a chocolate bar made by Italian confectionery maker Ferrero. Kinder Bueno, part of the Kinder Chocolate brand line, is a hazelnut cream filled wafer with a chocolate covering. It is sold in packs of two, three, six, and boxes of twelve.

Kinder Bueno was first marketed in Italy and Germany in 1990. It became available in Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, France, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Portugal, Singapore, Israel and Greece in the mid-1990s, in Spain, Gibraltar starting in 1999, and has been common in Bulgaria, Canada, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom since 2004. It is also common in Ireland, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Croatia, Hungary, Norway, Slovenia, Denmark, Algeria, Macedonia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, Turkey and Finland. It has become increasingly more available in the United States, carried at some major chains, like World Market, along with other Kinder products such as Kinder Country Crisp, Kinder Chocolate, Happy Hippos and Kinder Surprise.


The famous Kinder Bueno are made in the Ferrero factories of Villers-Écalles, France and Warsaw, Poland. In its early beginnings, the twin kinder bueno had hazelnut cream inside an actual hazelnut shell, but because the product was targeting children the idea was dropped after only 2 years, and only the nut filling remains. In 2012 they made the same bar, except with ingredients such as white nougat and white chocolate.

External links

  • Kinder Bueno Ad on YouTube
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