Nutella

Nutella

Chocolate hazelnut spread manufactured by ferrero

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Jason Horowitz and Anna Momigliano
December 24, 2019
www.nytimes.com
With Italians' appetite for snack food growing, Barilla and Ferrero are in a pitched battle to make sure their cookies come out on top.
Christof Koch
December 11, 2019
Scientific American
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Nick Squires
December 6, 2019
The Telegraph
Matteo Salvini has taken his brand of nativism to new levels by declaring that he no longer eats Nutella because it is made with too many hazelnuts from Turkey.
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Revenue at Ferrero reached $12 billion in the fiscal year ended in August, as the group included sales of products like Butterfinger and BabyRuth chocolate bars bought from Nestle at the end of March.
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Italian baker and pasta maker Barilla said it would launch in January a chocolate and hazelnut spread named after its signature 'Pan di Stelle' biscuits - in a challenge to market leader Nutella.
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