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We open a real kinder surprise, what is hidden there ?? Kinder surprise 2019 & Kinder surprise 2020

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Published on Oct 31, 2019

We open a real kinder surprise, what is hidden there ??? We open a real kinder surprise, what is hidden there ?? Kinder surprise 2019 & Kinder surprise 2020!!!
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“Kinder surprise” (Italian: Kinder Sorpresa, “children's surprise”, from German Kinder - “children”) - a chocolate egg with a surprise containing a toy inside. The trademark belongs to the Italian company Ferrero, kinder surprise. The creator of Kinder surprise egg, William Salice, began working for the Ferrero confectionery concern in 1960 kinder surprise , became the right hand of the owner Michele Ferrero, and worked there for more than 40 years until his retirement in 2007 . The production of chocolate eggs by this company began in 1972 (the company's website indicates 1974 kinder surprise ). “Kinder surprises” are popular not only among children, but also adults collecting toys from these eggs; Each year, Ferrero offers more than a hundred diverse surprises . The idea of ​​putting a toy inside a chocolate egg is much older than the Kinder surprise; for example, chocolate eggs with toys were popular in the Russian Empire decades before the birth of Salice.
Kinder Surprise is a hollow milk chocolate egg, lined with a layer of sweet milk-flavored cream. Inside each egg is a plastic capsule that contains a small surprise toy, which sometimes requires assembly. The capsule case is yellow kinder surprise, reportedly to resemble an egg's yolk. The chocolates have foil packaging with warning labels advising parents to avoid giving the eggs to children under three years old, and encouraging supervision during consumption kinder surprise.
Kinder Surprise was originally created with children in mind, replicating an Italian Easter family tradition in which adults give children a large chocolate egg with a toy inside. However, Kinder Surprise toys have become collectible for adults as well. Collectors often try to acquire all toys within a themed set. Some even share their egg openings on social media, or create their own toys and re-wrap them in Kinder Surprise packaging. More than 100 new toys are distributed each year. Around 12,000 different toys had been included within Kinder Surprise as of 2016.
According to CNNMoney, Kinder Surprise is most popular in Germany, Russia, and the United Kingdom. Michele Ferrero and William Salice have been credited as co-creators of the candy.
History
In 1968, Michele Ferrero raised the idea with his employees of a product that could be given to children so they could have a little "surprise" every day, based on the Italian tradition of large chocolate eggs given to children by their parents at Easter kinder surprise. Ferrero said that at first his attempt to follow through this idea was unsuccessful after employees questioned the order he placed for a machine to make the chocolate eggs. They thought it would not be profitable, since eggs are only for Easter. Ferrero also said that he wanted the product to have a higher milk content and make that a key part of its promotion kinder surprise; he felt that mothers would respond well to the idea of giving their children more milk. Ferrero commissioned William Salice to realize the concept.
The Italian company Ferrero began manufacturing Kinder Surprises in 1974. Since then around 30 billion eggs have been sold worldwide kinder surprise.
Salice, who has been credited as the inventor of Kinder Surprise but insisted he was just "material executor", died in Italy in December 2016, at the age of 83.
I open a big kinder surprise, what's inside: https://youtu.be/h9K5DnK_XsE
kinder surprise toys: https://youtu.be/Gu3oRav3pqc
kinder surprise unboxing: https://youtu.be/zCcCpYfikKo

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