Food warning: Forget list of ingredients on Nutella glasses

Food warning: Forget list of ingredients on Nutella glasses

Nutella by Ferrero is probably the best-known nut nougat cream worldwide. In the past, the popular breakfast spread has been criticized several times due to its high sugar and fat content. The manufacturer is currently warning consumers of missing information on some Nutella glasses.

High sugar and fat content
Nutella was advertised with the slogan "naturally healthy", but according to experts, there could be no question of it. Rather, the world's best known nut nougat cream has already been described several times as a health hazard due to the high proportion of sugar and fat. French Environment Minister Ségolène Royal even called for the boycott of Nutella. "You have to stop eating Nutella," said the Minister. The manufacturer Ferrero is currently warning consumers of missing information on some Nutella glasses. An embarrassing mistake has apparently been made during production.

Missing information on Nutella glasses
The food manufacturer Ferrero is currently warning consumers of missing information on Nutella glasses. As it says on "www.lebensmittelwarnung.de", the company informs that "the labels of the nutella 1000-gram jars of batches L032 and L033 lack the list of ingredients and thus the reference to the allergens contained in nutella". These are hazelnuts, skimmed milk powder and soy. The batches have the best-before date of January 31, 2017 and February 1, 2017, respectively.

Allergy sufferers can send back affected products
According to the information, the product is harmless for consumers without a corresponding allergy and the quality is perfect. Allergy sufferers who have bought the corresponding product can send it back to Ferrero Consumer Service and receive a replacement. If you have any questions about the list of ingredients, the consumer service is available at any time on 069 - 665 6660. (ad)

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