Kinder Chocolate, made in France in the establishment of the Ferrero Group, is the brainchild of Michele Ferrero, in 1968, the result of a compromise between the care of children by mothers and the need to supply more energy to the boys. A few months after the launch on the market the product is in high demand.
Right packs Kinder bars the face of a child, Günter Euringer is shown to give an idea to the buyers of a product for children. 'Baby K' is replaced in 2003 by Matthew Farnsworth's face, very similar to the first. In 2009, Kinder has launched a competition for the title again, 'Kinder baby.'