Nestlé continues to innovate with pink chocolate following the introduction of KitKat Ruby earlier this year.
The company is launching Baci Perugina made with pink chocolate derived from Ruby cocoa beans, which offer a fruity berry-like taste with no added flavours or colours.
The brand, which is almost 100 years old, will see its traditional recipe - with its soft gianduia filling and a crispy hazelnut in its centre – now available in a pink chocolate coating.
The Baci Perugina Limited Edition is already available in Italy and it will be soon on sale in Australia, Hong Kong, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Slovenia, Russia, and the United Kingdom. It will also be available in China in 2019.
Ruby chocolate was created by Swiss chocolatier Barry Callebaut. Nestlé was the first launch this fourth type of chocolate - after dark, milk and white - to consumers worldwide through its KitKat brand.