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Move over Kraft Singles, there’s a new slice on the processed food scene, and it could be the greatest dessert advancement of all time!

A Japanese candy company called Bourban must have felt that the effort of pulling a jar of Nutella out of a cupboard, unscrewing its lid, and spreading it with a knife was far too much trouble for hungry consumers. So the company invented a line of pre-packaged chocolate slices, which have quickly become the hottest selling treat for snackers in the far east.

Bourban’s chocolate slices are essentially the chocolate equivalent of Kraft Singles cheese. They are square, floppy slices of nama (a legendary Japanese chocolate), and they’re sold in packages of 60 for around $27 bucks.

No wonder people are freaking out a little:

This is some sound reasoning.

Weren’t we just saying this??

Can you imagine the kinds of food we could make with these? How about crepes?

Bourbon

Or pancakes?

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We could even wrap fruit in them!

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The possibilities are endless!

According to their website, Bourbon’s chocolate slices are sold out at the moment because they are in such high demand from chocolate lovers (aka everyone.) This makes total sense.

Can somebody please bring these to Canada right now? We’re getting hungry.