Quand a été créé le Nutella ?
Rapidement, une seconde étape accélère la croissance française : en 1961 commence la production de NUTELLA ®.
Qui a inventé Nutella ?
Après la Seconde Guerre mondiale, le cacao était extrêmement rare. Ferrero, originaire du Piémont en Italie, a trouvé une solution ingénieuse à ce problème épineux en créant une pâte onctueuse à base de noisettes, de sucre et d’une petite touche de ce cacao devenu si rare. Le précurseur du Nutella® était né!
Who invented the food Nutella?
- Nutella, invented by Pietro Ferrero and put on the market in 1964, is the Italian brand name for a gianduia cream containing cocoa and hazelnuts, and has become a true mass phenomenon. Nowadays, Nutella has become the best-selling spreadable cream in the world, with a production of 365,000 tons per year.
What was the original name of Nutella?
- Nutella was originally called « pasta gianduja ». The pasta part means paste, and the « gianduja » part is the name of a character famous in the region. It was fisrt made in loaves of bread that would be used to make sandwiches.
Who owns Nutella company?
- Nutella is made by Ferrero SpA, which was owned by Michele Ferrero – Pietro Ferrero’s son – until his death in February 2015. He was thought to have been Italy’s richest man, estimated by Forbes to have had a net worth of $26.8 billion. The company also makes Ferrero Rocher chocolates.
Where did Nutella originate?
- Nutella is produced in various facilities. In the North American market, it is produced at a plant in Brantford, Ontario in Canada and more recently in San José Iturbide, Guanajuato, Mexico. For Australia and New Zealand, Nutella has been manufactured in Lithgow , New South Wales since the late 1970s.