FERRERO Nutella Hazelnut Chocolate Spread, 1kg (Pack of 2) £7.60 Prime / £12.35 Non Prime @ Amazon
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FERRERO Nutella Hazelnut Chocolate Spread, 1kg (Pack of 2) £7.60 Prime / £12.35 Non Prime @ Amazon

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Found 6th Feb
This is for the people who do not want to go Tesco tomorrow
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queenieburns1 m ago

Palm oil?


Delicious stuff. Nutella's full of it. Get it down you.
How annoying, just checked to see if I had any in the cupboard and just noticed that it contains evil palm oil. Won't be buying this any more.
my body is ready!!!
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queenieburns11 h, 4 m ago

Palm oil contains about as much saturated fat as butter, and, as this NPR …Palm oil contains about as much saturated fat as butter, and, as this NPR piece points out, all of these fats are generally found in foods that aren’t recommended for frequent consumption. Saturated fats are the fats that are solid at room temperature and are considered the most detrimental to human health. get it down yeeeeeee ..



Not to be that guy, as I am not really anti Palm Oil or for it. Frankly, its your choice and I have better things to worry about.

The main arguments against palm oil, Is not really a health argument. Its more what it does to planet / wildlife when they grow it and especially for the endangered orang-utans that live in those areas

for educational purposes -


"Palm oil is the most widely used vegtable oil in the world, having even surpassed soya in terms of usage. Surging global demand for palm oil has fueled massive forest destruction throughout Indonesia and Malaysia, countries that together account for 85% of the world’s palm oil production.

Borneo and Sumatra are the large tropical islands where the two endemic species of orangutans are respectively found (pygmaeus in Borneo and abelii in Sumatra). Sumatra is exclusively Indonesian while Borneo is divided among three nations, Malaysia (Sabah and Sarawak), Brunei, and Indonesia. Permanent wild orangutan populations are only found in Sabah, Sarawak, and Indonesian Borneo (Kalimantan). There are no permanent orangutan populations in Brunei

The problem with palm oil is that vast areas of virgin tropical rain forest are clear cut to open up land for cultivation. Palm oil is a huge industry. Palm oil accounts for 11% of Indonesia’s export earnings and is the most valuable agricultural export. Overall, it is Indonesia’s third largest export earner

In Sumatra at least 10.8 million hectares have been opened up for palm oil plantations. The situation in Borneo is similar. Large scale conversion of tropical rain forests has had an absolutely devastating impact on biodiversity in both Borneo and Sumatra. In addition, deforestation may cause soil erosion and, because most forests have been cleared through the use of fire, massive air pollution from smoke. Much of the land on which palm oil plantations have been established consists of peat swamp forest. The draining, burning, and conversion of peat swamp forests to palm oil has been especially damaging to the world’s climate as it has led to Indonesia being the third largest contributor of carbon to the world’s atmosphere after China and the United States.

Palm oil companies prefer to clear primary forests, rather than degraded areas or grasslands, for econoimic reasons. They don’t need to utilize or add as much chemical fertilizer (which is expensive) to forest land cleared by fire and fertilized from ash produced by the fire. In addition, the cost of clearing peatswamp forests is subsidised by the sale of commercially valuable timber taken from concession areas as part of the conversion process. After palm oil plantations are established, displaced starving orangutans are frequently killed in the most brutal ways as agricultural pests when they try to obtain food in the plantation areas."


there's lots out there on it.
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I predict a riot
People are going nuts over this!
How annoying, just checked to see if I had any in the cupboard and just noticed that it contains evil palm oil. Won't be buying this any more.
cjm1502735 m ago

I predict a riot


Hey. Thats my line!
greencode2 m ago

How annoying, just checked to see if I had any in the cupboard and just …How annoying, just checked to see if I had any in the cupboard and just noticed that it contains evil palm oil. Won't be buying this any more.


Palm oil?
queenieburns1 m ago

Palm oil?


Delicious stuff. Nutella's full of it. Get it down you.
greencode3 m ago

How annoying, just checked to see if I had any in the cupboard and just …How annoying, just checked to see if I had any in the cupboard and just noticed that it contains evil palm oil. Won't be buying this any more.


Ah, actually they only use sustainable palm oil nutella.com/en/…oil
hey humdan how did this get by me.great post i will just add to the heat already growing in this post.great find
Palm oil contains about as much saturated fat as butter, and, as this NPR piece points out, all of these fats are generally found in foods that aren’t recommended for frequent consumption. Saturated fats are the fats that are solid at room temperature and are considered the most detrimental to human health. get it down yeeeeeee ..
queenieburns4 m ago

Palm oil contains about as much saturated fat as butter, and, as this NPR …Palm oil contains about as much saturated fat as butter, and, as this NPR piece points out, all of these fats are generally found in foods that aren’t recommended for frequent consumption. Saturated fats are the fats that are solid at room temperature and are considered the most detrimental to human health. get it down yeeeeeee ..

Mmmmmmm....B U T T E R
my body is ready!!!
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damn it missed it!
Decent price if you’re not a Costco member... they sell the 1kg twin packs for £7

Heat OP.
greencode1 h, 11 m ago

How annoying, just checked to see if I had any in the cupboard and just …How annoying, just checked to see if I had any in the cupboard and just noticed that it contains evil palm oil. Won't be buying this any more.



Rastafari1 h, 8 m ago

Delicious stuff. Nutella's full of it. Get it down you.


Not sure Haile Selassie would've been down with such self harming.
Boo! Out of stock
Am I right in saying there is about 10,000 calories with this?
Back in stock, as at 10.00 pm.
back in stock, can some one unexpire it.
Just bought some
I did
Most off us seen those pictures on Facebook “explaining” what is inside.. and yet, I don’t care, bring it on
2 KILOGRAMMES! of spread?! lol
Same price at Tesco
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queenieburns11 h, 4 m ago

Palm oil contains about as much saturated fat as butter, and, as this NPR …Palm oil contains about as much saturated fat as butter, and, as this NPR piece points out, all of these fats are generally found in foods that aren’t recommended for frequent consumption. Saturated fats are the fats that are solid at room temperature and are considered the most detrimental to human health. get it down yeeeeeee ..



Not to be that guy, as I am not really anti Palm Oil or for it. Frankly, its your choice and I have better things to worry about.

The main arguments against palm oil, Is not really a health argument. Its more what it does to planet / wildlife when they grow it and especially for the endangered orang-utans that live in those areas

for educational purposes -


"Palm oil is the most widely used vegtable oil in the world, having even surpassed soya in terms of usage. Surging global demand for palm oil has fueled massive forest destruction throughout Indonesia and Malaysia, countries that together account for 85% of the world’s palm oil production.

Borneo and Sumatra are the large tropical islands where the two endemic species of orangutans are respectively found (pygmaeus in Borneo and abelii in Sumatra). Sumatra is exclusively Indonesian while Borneo is divided among three nations, Malaysia (Sabah and Sarawak), Brunei, and Indonesia. Permanent wild orangutan populations are only found in Sabah, Sarawak, and Indonesian Borneo (Kalimantan). There are no permanent orangutan populations in Brunei

The problem with palm oil is that vast areas of virgin tropical rain forest are clear cut to open up land for cultivation. Palm oil is a huge industry. Palm oil accounts for 11% of Indonesia’s export earnings and is the most valuable agricultural export. Overall, it is Indonesia’s third largest export earner

In Sumatra at least 10.8 million hectares have been opened up for palm oil plantations. The situation in Borneo is similar. Large scale conversion of tropical rain forests has had an absolutely devastating impact on biodiversity in both Borneo and Sumatra. In addition, deforestation may cause soil erosion and, because most forests have been cleared through the use of fire, massive air pollution from smoke. Much of the land on which palm oil plantations have been established consists of peat swamp forest. The draining, burning, and conversion of peat swamp forests to palm oil has been especially damaging to the world’s climate as it has led to Indonesia being the third largest contributor of carbon to the world’s atmosphere after China and the United States.

Palm oil companies prefer to clear primary forests, rather than degraded areas or grasslands, for econoimic reasons. They don’t need to utilize or add as much chemical fertilizer (which is expensive) to forest land cleared by fire and fertilized from ash produced by the fire. In addition, the cost of clearing peatswamp forests is subsidised by the sale of commercially valuable timber taken from concession areas as part of the conversion process. After palm oil plantations are established, displaced starving orangutans are frequently killed in the most brutal ways as agricultural pests when they try to obtain food in the plantation areas."


there's lots out there on it.
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rimz79011 h, 28 m ago

damn it missed it!


back in stock, I just ordered
yeboi1 h, 10 m ago

Not to be that guy, as I am not really anti Palm Oil or for it. Frankly, …Not to be that guy, as I am not really anti Palm Oil or for it. Frankly, its your choice and I have better things to worry about.The main arguments against palm oil, Is not really a health argument. Its more what it does to planet / wildlife when they grow it and especially for the endangered orang-utans that live in those areasfor educational purposes -"Palm oil is the most widely used vegtable oil in the world, having even surpassed soya in terms of usage. Surging global demand for palm oil has fueled massive forest destruction throughout Indonesia and Malaysia, countries that together account for 85% of the world’s palm oil production.Borneo and Sumatra are the large tropical islands where the two endemic species of orangutans are respectively found (pygmaeus in Borneo and abelii in Sumatra). Sumatra is exclusively Indonesian while Borneo is divided among three nations, Malaysia (Sabah and Sarawak), Brunei, and Indonesia. Permanent wild orangutan populations are only found in Sabah, Sarawak, and Indonesian Borneo (Kalimantan). There are no permanent orangutan populations in BruneiThe problem with palm oil is that vast areas of virgin tropical rain forest are clear cut to open up land for cultivation. Palm oil is a huge industry. Palm oil accounts for 11% of Indonesia’s export earnings and is the most valuable agricultural export. Overall, it is Indonesia’s third largest export earnerIn Sumatra at least 10.8 million hectares have been opened up for palm oil plantations. The situation in Borneo is similar. Large scale conversion of tropical rain forests has had an absolutely devastating impact on biodiversity in both Borneo and Sumatra. In addition, deforestation may cause soil erosion and, because most forests have been cleared through the use of fire, massive air pollution from smoke. Much of the land on which palm oil plantations have been established consists of peat swamp forest. The draining, burning, and conversion of peat swamp forests to palm oil has been especially damaging to the world’s climate as it has led to Indonesia being the third largest contributor of carbon to the world’s atmosphere after China and the United States.Palm oil companies prefer to clear primary forests, rather than degraded areas or grasslands, for econoimic reasons. They don’t need to utilize or add as much chemical fertilizer (which is expensive) to forest land cleared by fire and fertilized from ash produced by the fire. In addition, the cost of clearing peatswamp forests is subsidised by the sale of commercially valuable timber taken from concession areas as part of the conversion process. After palm oil plantations are established, displaced starving orangutans are frequently killed in the most brutal ways as agricultural pests when they try to obtain food in the plantation areas."there's lots out there on it.


What have the orang-utans even done for us?
Thanks. Bought 2 using some £6 promo voucher I had sitting around!!
Why is there so many deals on this stuff at the moment? Im here to save money on electronics not get fat
Still in stock
Out of Stock again
queenieburns6th Feb

Palm oil contains about as much saturated fat as butter, and, as this NPR …Palm oil contains about as much saturated fat as butter, and, as this NPR piece points out, all of these fats are generally found in foods that aren’t recommended for frequent consumption. Saturated fats are the fats that are solid at room temperature and are considered the most detrimental to human health. get it down yeeeeeee ..


Lots of Nutella is bad for you... Who knew?
Edited by: "CaiGuy" 8th Feb
500 grams of sugar and 250 grams of palm oil
The trouble with the 1kg pots is that they don't last longer than the 200gr ones.
I've never eaten Nutella somehow but after seeing the picture of what's in it I'm glad I never have, it's a fast track way to enter diabetes town, but this is a good price for those that don't care.
Edited by: "Steelman111" 7th Feb
I brought 1 kg jar from one of my local aldis other night, either 3.49 or 3.99
In Tesco £3,5
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