Nestle selling gold Kit Kats as it finds labor abuse among its Thai seafood suppliers

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Nothing says "I love you" like a fine piece of jewelry, or if you really wanna make a statement, how about a gold-plated piece of chocolate!

Wish we were kidding, but to celebrate more than 1 million visitors to its specialty Kit Kat stores, Nestle Japan will be selling a limited edition "Sublime Gold Kit Kat"

This rare jewel is covered with a gold leaf and only 500 of them will be available to purchase at about 16 bucks a pop!

All you have to do is book a flight to Japan!

Piece of cake! But as it turns out, everything that glitters ain't gold.

Nestle, one of the biggest food companies in the world, has admitted to using slave labor in Thailand to catch fish that ends up in its global supply chain.

This comes after a year-long investigation conducted by the company.

As a result, Nestle now says that it plans to start cracking down on the issue.