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Burger King and Kraft Dinner are the latest brands to link up at a time when fast-food chains and food brands are hopping on the snacking trend that was already underway, prior to Covid-19. The two brands have partnered in Canada to serve up KD Bites, deep-fried bite-sized golden nuggets stuffed with gooey mac and cheese.
“With snacking occasions on the rise, we saw an opportunity to bring these two iconic brands together to give our KD fans a new and delicious way to enjoy their favorite, one-of-a-kind cheesy taste in an ultimate snacking, bite-size format,” Daniel Gotlib, associate director, brand building and innovation, Kraft Heinz Canada, said in a statement.