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Nestlé sued by Atari for KitKat 'Breakout' marketing

Atari's retro video game Breakout was popular in the Seventies and Eighties. Photo: Flickr/Fuyuan Cheng

Nestlé says it will strongly defend itself after it was accused of breaching copyright of Atari’s Seventies video game Breakout in marketing its KitKat brand.

Walnut Whip is one of the Nestlé’s oldest brands. Photo: Nestlé

Nestlé defends new Whip chocolates for not including walnut

YouGov found that 43% of consumers in APAC are eating less chocolate compared to last year due to health concerns.  Photo: ©iStock/Kavuto

Cadbury, Ferrero, Nestlé, Hershey among favorite chocolate brands in Asia Pacific

‘Very strong global brand’ KitKat means Nestlé has no plans to exit confectionery entirely, says CEO ©iStock/sewer11

Nestlé ‘strongly committed’ to confectionery outside US as segment declines continue

Passatempo kid's biscuits. Picture: cba B+G deisgn agency.

Nestlé’s innovation platform HENRi@Nestlé marks one year anniversary

Kuehne + Nagel wins Nestlé deal. Picture: Kuehne + Nagel.

Nestlé seals 5-year deal with Netherlands logistics firm

Nestlé plans to divest its US confectionery business by the end of 2017.  Photo: ©iStock/robtek

Ferrara Candy may acquire Nestlé’s US confectionery business

Nestlé Japan created the KitKat Chocolatory series as a premium arm of the brand in 2014.  Photo: Nestlé

Nestlé launches cake-style KitKat upon renovating chocolate store in Japan

Local chocolate confectioners in West African countries, such as Cameroon, sought to consolidate their market shares.  Photo: ©iStock/LorenzoT81

Local chocolate players remain competitive in West Africa as regional sales set to grow

Nestlé Japan says local flavors are proving popular domestically and among visitors to the country. Photo: Nestlé

Chocolate tourism: Nestlé to open second KitKat factory in Japan

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