Kvikk Lunsj, the Norwegian national chocolate and symbol of Norwegian culture is the product name for a chocolate biscuit launched by candy manufacturer Freia in 1937. In course of a year, every Norwegian eat an average of 9 Kvikk Lunsj. It being produced about 50 million each year, of which 4-500 ton of these is sold at Easter time. In the 1960s, printed Freia the famous mountain code on the back of the chocolate biscuits. Kvikk Lunsj taste much better than KitKat!