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It is pretty safe to say that Kinder bars are one of God's greatest creations (sorry, not sorry). 

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We all recognise that orange and white packaging, and that smiling young boy on the box. 

 

Cuddles with my niece 

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Well, that smiling little cherub is now 21, and has grown into a very handsome young man. 

 

The other night at STK #NYC

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14 years ago, Josh Bateson modelled for Kinder chocolate, and became one of the most recognisable children EVER. 

 

Guess the chocolate bar.. 

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Fast forward more then a decade, and Jason is a tremendous babe, and obviously still modelling. 

 

Happy Tuesday 

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Since his work with Kinder, Jason has gone on to get himself a college degree in Politics and International Relations. 

 

I'm seeing this everywhere now #kinder

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The one thing I cannot help but wonder is… did he get a free lifetime supply of Kinder bars?

Good lad Jason, keep up the good work. 

 

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Those cute little bars of Kinder chocolate are the healthier option, right?

They're so small they must be better than a Moro, or a Snickers, or even just a small bar of Dairy Milk?

Well, turns out they're way worse.

A German food watchdog has called for the bars to be recalled since after testing, it found that the chocolate has dangerous levels described as "likely carcinogens."

The watchdog said that mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbons – which comes from oil when it's refined – have been found in the product.

Kinder made a statement to the Mail Online, saying that this isn't actually anything new and "traces of mineral oil exist nearly everywhere and they can be transferred to food in many different ways."

It continued: "Main migration sources are, for example, mineral oil components from printing inks and recycled fibre."

It added that they are trying their best to make sure all mineral oils will not be transferred to its products again.

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