This dessert brought to you by Nikon

In today's bit of "who knew?" news, turns out Nikon has long been selling its own line of sweets to employees. Now the general public can chomp on them too.

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Nikon-toting shutterbugs with a sweet tooth can now rejoice. Believe it or not, the company has been selling its own branded line of desserts to employees since 1955. Originally sold in factory plants, these confections can now be purchased by the general public from the Japanese Nikon Direct Web site. Each box comes with the company's own wrapping paper and boxes.

Available in flavors such as sesame seed, red bean paste, and chestnut, the Nikon-branded snacks sell for $21 to $24.

(Source: Crave Asia)

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