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Nutella News

If you have a hard time finding Nutella, blame it on the weather

Fans of hazelnut-infused products might want to think about stocking up. Turkey, which supplies 70 percent of the globe's hazelnuts, was hit with severe frosts and hail storms in March, just at the time hazelnut tree flowers were flowering.

Columbia students rip off Nutella

New York - The popular hazelnut food spread from Belgium is being consumed at up to 100 pounds a day at a Columbia University dining hall, but some university officials suspect that the students may be stealing it.

French senator proposes palm oil ‘fat tax’ to reduce health risks

Hard on the heels of tax proposals which would see a 5 €cent rise on a glass of beer at street-side bars and cafés, France’s socialist government is proposing a 300% tax hike on palm oil, long considered a factor in obesity.

San Diego mom wins $3 million class-action lawsuit vs Nutella

San Diego - A California court has ruled that Ferrero U.S.A. Inc., an affiliate of Nutella's Italian-based parent company should pay $4 to every person who purchased a jar of their chocolate spread between January 1, 2008 and February 3, 2012 in the United States.

Chocolate company boss Pietro Ferrero dies while cycling

Pietro Ferrero, one of the chief executives of the group which owns Ferrero Rocher and Nutella, died after falling from his bicycle while in South Africa.

Nutella being sued by mother who claims it isn't a healthy food

A mother of a four-year-old has filed a class-action lawsuit against Nutella. She alleges they falsely claim the hazelnut spread is healthful.
 

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Nutella speaks for itself in this display.
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