So I try to eat mostly “whole”, real food, but i do like to have a candybar sometimes. I’ve been looking around and seems that KitKat is one of the better choices (besides pure chocolate) because of the lack of PUFAs. Unlike, say a Snickers which is not just packed with peanuts but packed with partially-hydrogenated soybean oil, KitKat uses palm kernel oil which is on par with coconut oil in terms of being a saturated fat from vegetables. I’m not one for reading labels obsessively, but PUFAs are so pervasive i do try to avoid them when I can and they are truly in everything unless you cook it yourself. (And please don’t give me Mounds bars because while they do have coconut, i cannot stand to eat them).
CHOCOLATE; PALM KERNEL OIL; LACTOSE (MILK); MILK FAT; CONTAINS 2% OR LESS OF: SOY LECITHIN; PGPR, EMULSIFIER; YEAST ; VANILLIN, ARTIFICIAL FLAVOR; SALT; SODIUM BICARBONATE