The sugary hazelnut paste Nutella has been beloved the world over for 50 years. But is it a dessert or a jam?
Nutella maker Ferrero said Monday it had bought Belgium's Delacre for an undisclosed sum as it seeks to spread from chocolates to biscuits.
The gooey goodness of Nutella, a hazelnut-flavoured chocolate spread, has created many ardent fans across the world. If you're one of them, this recent report will leave you frowning.
A French court has ruled that parents cannot name their babies after chocolate spreads and fruit, overturning the decisions of two families to call their daughters Nutella and Fraise (strawberry).
The $44 billion palm oil industry, under pressure in Europe after authorities listed the edible oil as a cancer risk, has found a vocal ally in the food sector: the maker of Nutella.
The detailed research into the contaminant - known as GE - was commissioned by the European Commission in 2014
The theft of £14,000's worth of the popular spread at the weekend is the most recent in a series of worldwide raids by thieves with a taste for fast food.There's something seriously afoot in the ...
Billionaire Michele Ferrero, who became Italy's richest man with a confectionery empire built on his popular Nutella spread, died at the age of 89.
The Food and Drug Administration considers Nutella a dessert topping, as Chen points out, but its manufacturer wants the FDA to put it in the same category as honey, jam, jelly, fruit butter and molasses ...
From baked beans to caviar, food thefts are on the rise. Cheese is the most-stolen food, but walnuts, honey and tomatoes are big business too. Here are 10 ambitious recent heistsPurveyors of tinned goods be ...