Man Kinder Surprise egg conceived at 83 years of age died
The inventor of the chocolate Kinder Surprise eggs, William Salice, is in the North-Italian Pavia at the age of 83 died, report Italian media Friday.
The product Salice for the Italian snoepfabrikant Ferrero invented, a hollow egg of chocolate with a surprise in it for children, proved to be a resounding international success.
The egg of Salice came in 1972 on the market. Salice was from 1960 until his retirement in 2007, a close associate of snoepfabrikant Michele Ferrero (1925-2015) that Nutella launched.
After his career at Ferrero founded Salice a charity for financial support for the development of the talents of young people, the foundation Color to Your Life. Salice is Saturday in the village of Casei Gerola buried.