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[Dollarama] 3-for-1 4Fun Chocolate Bars (KitKat Chunky knock-off) for $1.00

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Perfect for Halloween bags :)
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I cried out in despair." RFD user Dingus
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Also if anyone is in the market for some good inexpensive chocolate Wal-Mart sells a palette chocolate bar in a purple foil wrapper branded Waterford for $2.47.
We sometimes get the fruit&nut bar -they also have gold foil ones that are inexplicably $2 more expensive (for the same product...)
It's imported from Belgium with a smooth taste and large pieces of Almond/Raisin. Very rich so one bar will last a month or two in our household. On par with laura secord ones which are like $10
Wal-Mart's Great Value brand is not that good though but they do price the bars at $1 so it's kind of a wash.
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Convictor wrote:
Sep 24th, 2017 11:01 pm
Would love to see them bring out a crunch bar knockoff!
There is a bar with rice krispies in it but it not flat but oblong like Coffee Crisp (but probably a smaller cross section)
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Perfect addition to your overweight lunch.
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** NUT ALLERGY **
Please be aware that this product contains Hazelnuts. I almost ate one thinking they were a direct copy of Kit Kat Chunky, but read the ingredients at the last second.

(REAL) KIT KAT Chunky Ingredients : Milk chocolate (sugar, milk ingredients, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, whey powder, lactose, soya lecithin, polyglycerol polyricinoleate, natural flavour), wheat flour, sugar, modified palm oil, cocoa, sodium bicarbonate, soya lecithin, yeast, natural flavour.
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Slick Wik wrote:
Oct 2nd, 2017 4:56 pm
** NUT ALLERGY **
Please be aware that this product contains Hazelnuts. I almost ate one thinking they were a direct copy of Kit Kat Chunky, but read the ingredients at the last second.

(REAL) KIT KAT Chunky Ingredients : Milk chocolate (sugar, milk ingredients, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, whey powder, lactose, soya lecithin, polyglycerol polyricinoleate, natural flavour), wheat flour, sugar, modified palm oil, cocoa, sodium bicarbonate, soya lecithin, yeast, natural flavour.
So maybe not a good idea to give out at Halloween.
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Haven't had KitKat for a while. These are pretty good, and at that price who can complain.


Thanks OP
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steven80 wrote:
Sep 25th, 2017 5:46 pm
cuz cheap chocolate is better than no chocolate... burning or not. :)
I've noticed the burning sensation as well.
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Verified - pretty close to an actual Kit Kat taste-wise. Will buy again. Will remain fat.
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CrazyCatMan wrote:
Sep 29th, 2017 1:29 pm
Also if anyone is in the market for some good inexpensive chocolate Wal-Mart sells a palette chocolate bar in a purple foil wrapper branded Waterford for $2.47.
We sometimes get the fruit&nut bar -they also have gold foil ones that are inexplicably $2 more expensive (for the same product...)
It's imported from Belgium with a smooth taste and large pieces of Almond/Raisin. Very rich so one bar will last a month or two in our household. On par with laura secord ones which are like $10
Wal-Mart's Great Value brand is not that good though but they do price the bars at $1 so it's kind of a wash.
I believe it is Waterbridge. 4fun is 1:1 Kit-Kat for me, great deal!
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MrFrugal1 wrote:
Sep 24th, 2017 8:12 pm
Are these things of Chinese origin?
After the melamine in baby formula fiasco, I'm highly suspect of any food products out of China.
Here, try a "Cadmium's Murky Way Bar"...
ROFL, funny but yeah not from China. I do somewhat wonder about the food safety, coming from abroad TBH, but I guess most people eat all kinds of crap that may not exactly be "safe" anyway. I'm very skeptical about these claims of "tasting better than Kit Kat" but I'm willing to give one a try at least, next time I'm near a Dollarama.

For anyone that's tried US "Kit Kat", they know that knock off Kit Kats (even ones that have the license to use the name!) can be absolutely horrid! LOL.
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Fyi Yonge and Charles store in Toronto had full box of 4Fun bars

I grabbed 6 today they are pretty good will go back for.more can't beat this price!
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Dollarama tends to sell "fake chocolate", I know Easter is a scary time to shop there.
Never tried the brands from this thread, but I would not be surprised to see vegetable oil in the list of ingredients.

Any product despite what it looks like containing a fat other than cocoa butter is fake and is not actually chocolate. (But they usually rename them to things like "chocolatey" as a description to scam you)

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