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Kit Kat launches new churro flavor for limited time - fox29.com - Usa - Spain - Mexico - county Mills
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Kit Kat launches new churro flavor for limited time
Photo of the Kit Kat brand’s latest release, KIT KAT Churro. (Credit: Provided) HERSHEY, Pa. - Kit Kat recently announced the launch of a new flavor coming to store shelves next month in honor of National Churro Day. The limited-edition flavor, called Kit Kat Churro, was inspired by the deep-fried pastry coated in cinnamon sugar that’s popular in Spain, Mexico, and increasingly across the U.S.The new Kit Kat product features a "buttery churro-flavored creme with sugar mixed between the brand's fan-favorite wafers," according to an announcement from the Hershey Company.  Kit Kat Churro will be available in time for National Churro Day on June 6 in standard, king, and snack size. The brand has recently unveiled other limited-edition flavors to generate fan buzz, including Kit Kat Fruity Cereal, and Kit Kat Blueberry Muffin.RELATED: Kit Kat cereal launches in US, General Mills confirms"We love seeing fan's responses to our limited-edition KIT KAT flavors – especially one as universally loved as churros," Alex Herzog, Associate Kit Kat brand manager, said in a statement. "We hope that every bite of the buttery, churro flavor and familiar crispy crunch of our wafers unlocks memories of the delightful experience of enjoying freshly baked churros from the boardwalk stand, amusement park, or the local fair," Herzog added.A new flavor of the iconic Kit Kar bar featuring mint and dark chocolate was released in December 2019.Other churro-inspired foods have made headlines in recent months.
Boardwalk businesses thriving in busy post-COVID summer at the Jersey shore - fox29.com - state Pennsylvania - Jersey - county Ocean
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Boardwalk businesses thriving in busy post-COVID summer at the Jersey shore
OCEAN CITY, N.J. - Among the many small businesses hammered during the COVID-19 pandemic, beach shops that thrive on a short window of opportunity to turn a profit are finally bouncing back. As thousands flocked to the shore for summer's unofficial last hurrah this Labor Day Weekend, shop owners reported crowds and profits that rivaled pre-pandemic levels. Wendy Barth of Separately Swimwear in Ocean City, New Jersey told FOX 29 that the bare spots on her shop walls are visible examples of a profitable summer. "It’s great to see everybody back out shopping and being here and feeling comfortable and yeah enjoying life again," one shopper told FOX 29's Ellen Kolodziej. MORE LOCAL HEADLINESAt the nearby Shirt Shack, workers believe summer 2022 was one of their "best summers ever." "It was a little slow in the beginning because of the weather, but then it picked up great, and we had a great June, great July, it was really awesome," Iuliia Lobunets said. It's not only the financial benefit of larger crowds at the shore that had small business owners and workers excited this summer, but the return to normal everyone was waiting for."It was fantastic to see all the towns come back together, come back to life, so it’s great to see Ocean City such alive again," Courtney Wolf said.Jeffrey and Jacque Trucksess, who own a small business in Pennsylvania, know first hand what the shore town shops have been through and they're happy to see them weather the storm."I think the people are willing to go out and spend, we’re in a recession, we can’t really do anything about it, and we can either just be afraid or we can just enjoy," Jacque Trucksess said. 
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