London news 'I compared Nutella to own-brand spreads and what I found shook me to my core' Uk news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Nutella is seen as the gold standard of hazelnut chocolate spread, but how would these own-brand upstarts compare in a blind taste test?
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Nutella is a global product, with factories from Australia to Russia and almost everywhere in between. It's also one of the UK's best loved spreads by children and adults alike. When they came up with Nutella one day in a lab somewhere in Italy they found the perfect combination of chocolate, hazelnut and oil to create a product which some call 'creamy heaven paste'. Okay no-one has ever called it that but maybe they should (they shouldn't). Anyway, if there's one obvious draw back to Nutella, it has to be the price-point. When a single 350g jar sets you back £2.
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. To test this out I've assembled 3 different own-brand pretenders to the nutty crown, each priced substantially lower than the 'authentic' Nutella spread. Could these no-name nut-spreads bring the global Nutella empire crashing down with just one review? The stakes have never been higher.
A strong batch of contenders had been assembled to challenge the mighty Nutella
The three supermarkets providing fodder for this review are Tesco, Asda, and Lidl, themselves global food retail brands now trying to make moves into the long monopolised hazelnut spread game. I feel like the best way to conduct this particular review is with a blind taste test as they all basically look identical and I can only jazz up my writing so much to make it interesting. I'm no miracle worker. To give you an idea of what I'm expecting going into this, the cheapest of the three own-brand spreads is Lidl at 99p, nearly a third of the price of Nutella and with 50g more spread too!
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