Brand offers chocolates to 12,000 frontliners in Klang Valley

Some 1,000 frontliners from Hospital Sungai Buloh were treated to various types of chocolates.

EXPRESSING gratitude for the dedicated efforts of frontliners, KitKat recently donated its products to more than 12,000 healthcare workers in six hospitals in the Klang Valley.

The KitKat Break Bus delivered the products to Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Klang, Hospital KPJ Selangor, Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Hospital Serdang, University Malaya Medical Centre and Hospital Sungai Buloh.

This included a range of KitKat product variants, including KitKat Milk Chocolate and KitKat Senses.

Nestle (M) Bhd chief executive Juan Aranols said, “At Nestle Malaysia, we have been supporting the effort of frontliners throughout the pandemic.

“We want to acknowledge and show appreciation for the tireless efforts of healthcare frontliners, who continue to play a critical role in fighting against the current Covid-19 wave, ” he said.

Aranols added that their dedication was humbling and Nestle’s gesture was a small way of showing its support while encouraging them to keep up their spirits.

Nestle business executive officer (Confectionery Business Unit) Frederic Porchet said while they knew it was a critical time, they understood the value of taking a break.

“Especially when you are working long hours under a great deal of pressure.

“We hope his small gesture will bring some joy to our frontliners and help them take a short break for themselves, as they continue to do their utmost to contain the spread of this pandemic, ” he added.

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