Does nutella have caffeine?
No. Nutella contains hazelnuts, not peanuts.
nutella is a spread that will make you feel so good
From http://www.nutellausa.com/history.htm. "NutellaÂ®, in its original form, was first created in the 1940s by Mr. Pietro Ferrero, a pastry maker and founder of the Ferrer…o company. At the time, cocoa was in short supply because of rationing due to World War II, so chocolate was very limited. So Mr. Ferrero used hazelnuts ... to extend the chocolate supply."
It's a mixture of chocolate and hazelnut butter. I'm sure it has other ingredients such as sugar and preservatives, the chocolate and hazelnut are the many flavors.
it's a nut and Ella a person or why not?
The company on the side of the jar, forgot the name. It's in Italia, I think. Don't hate on my answer because it's surely better than the last.
It's manufactured by Ferrero factories all around the world. In addition to Nutella, Ferrero also manufactures Ferrero-Rocher chocolates, Tic-Tac breath mints, Kinder chocolat…e products, and Pocket Coffee. Canada: 1 Factory, 1 administration office (Brantford, ON and North York, ON) USA: 1 head office/Factory (Somerset, NJ) South America: Head office (Ecuador) and factories, legal offices, and public relations offices in Puerto Rico, Argentina, Brazil, and Columbia Europe: Roughly 250 assets (including legal offices, factories, and public relations offices in almost every European country [excluding many states in Russia]) Africa: 2 factories and 1 head office (Cameroon and South Africa) Middle East: 1 admin. office (Dubai, India) Asia: 1 factory, 1 head office, 8 admin. offices (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Sri Lanka, India, Japan, Republic of Korea, and Singapore) Oceania (Australia): 2 admin. offices (Sydney and New South Wales)
Nutella spread, in its earliest form, was created in the 1940s by Mr. Pietro Ferrero, a pastry maker and founder of the Ferrero company (Italy). At the time, there was very li…ttle chocolate because cocoa was in short supply due to World War II rationing. So Mr. Ferrero used hazelnuts, which are plentiful in the Piedmont region of Italy (northwest), to extend the chocolate supply
Nutella is a hazel-nut chocolate spread, similar to peanut butter. It originated in Italy, but is now very popular in Europe and the U.S. as well as many other countries.
no, event know the recipe is heavily guarded by the Ferrero company, is well know that the 3 main ingredients are hazelnut's, milk and cocoa
Not that i know of, but why would you want too? It's deliciouse the way it is!! (: