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Taco Literacy Class; Sake-Flavored KitKats

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Taco Literacy Class; Sake-Flavored KitKats

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Taco Literacy Class; Sake-Flavored KitKats

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Students at the University of Kentucky can now take a class on taco literacy. The state has a growing Latino population. In Japan, Nestle rolls out a sake flavored KitKat.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning, I'm Renee Montagne. Students at the University of Kentucky can now get credit for studying and eating tacos. Kentucky has a growing Latino population, so why not offer a college course on taco literacy as a way into Latino culture? In Japan, Kit Kats have just gotten more culturally appealing. Today, Nestle rolls out a sake-flavored Kit Kat, giving the little chocolate wafers an aftertaste of Japan's national drink. It's MORNING EDITION.

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