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|One serving of Kinder Bueno = 43 g|
|Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)|
|Energy||2,378 kJ (568 kcal)|
|Sodium||106 mg (7%)|
|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 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 in 1991. It became available in Latin America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Puerto Rico and Mexico), Malaysia, The Netherlands, Portugal, Singapore, Israel and Greece in the mid-1990s, in Spain, Gibraltar, Italy and France starting in 1999, and has been common in Bulgaria, Canada, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom since 1990. It is also common in Ireland, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Croatia, Hungary, Norway, Slovenia, Denmark, Algeria, Republic of Macedonia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Belgium and Finland. It has become increasing common 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.
In 2007, Kinder Bueno was relaunched aimed at an adult market with a new series of adverts "a little bit of what you fancy" aired in the United Kingdom and Ireland. On the 20th of August 2008 Ferrero released a new sort of Kinder Bueno, Kinder Bueno White, covered in white chocolate. The advert was blocked in Sweden 2011.