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KitKat foiled again in attempt to trademark four-fingered bar's shape

Published on Wednesday 17th of May 2017 09:31:17 AM in Guardian

It’s enough to make anyone need a sit-down with a cup of tea and a four-fingered chocolate wafer biscuit.The confectionery multinational Nestlé has lost the latest round of its long-running battle with rivals Cadbury to trademark the shape of the KitKat bar in the UK. The ...

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  • Total shares on Linkedin : 162
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