Nutella Food Service is a brand of sweetened cocoa hazelnut spread. Nutella is made by the Italian business Ferrero and was originally presented in 1964, while the initial edition dates back to 1963. Nutella's primary ingredients are sugar and palm oil (greater than 50 percent). It also contains 13% hazelnut, cocoa solids, and skimmed milk. Nutella contains soy products in the United States and the United Kingdom. In several places, Nutella is marketed as "hazelnut cream." It cannot be branded as "chocolate cream" under Italian law because it does not fulfill the necessary cocoa solids concentration criteria. Ferrero uses 25% of the world's hazelnut supply, but not all of it is used exclusively in Nutella. Weekend breakfasts are made even more special by the delicious taste of Nutella. Spread it on warm toast, bananas, pancakes, or waffles; the possibilities are endless. Nutella is a quick and easy way to brighten up the morning table. And you can rest assured that it is produced with high-quality ingredients like as toasted hazelnuts and cocoa. It's no surprise that The Original Hazelnut Spread is a global favorite. Your weekend is deserving of Nutella. In November 2017, the company made a minor change to the formula, boosting the sugar and skimmed milk powder level. The Hamburg Consumer Protection Center estimated that the cocoa content was reduced because the product's color is lighter in tone. According to several news outlets, the recipe change caused buyers to be "outraged" or "go bananas." The classic Piedmont recipe, gianduja, was a combination of 71.5 percent hazelnut paste and 19.5 percent chocolate. It was created in Piedmont, Italy, in response to a scarcity of cocoa beans following post-war rationing that decreased the raw material's availability. By weight, Nutella includes 10.4 percent saturated fat and 58 percent processed sugar. A two-tablespoon portion of Nutella contains 200 calories, of which 99 calories come from 11 grams of fat and 80 calories come from 21 grams of sugar. Per serving, the spread also has 15 mg of salt and 2 g of protein.