Mika Chocolate is manufactured by KRAFT. Kraft is a huge operation with many plants in many countries. Some are not kosher.
Therefore without kosher label – Consider it as NOT kosher.
You can get it in Israel by Strauss brand. Probably manufactured in Israel under franchise.
Milka made in Austria (bought at Duty Free) is NOT kosher, even when an Hebrew sticker is attached to it.
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