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May 7, 2010 01:26 PM

italian nutella in toronto

Hi -- just heard that the nutella made in Italy has less coco / sugar and more hazelnuts -- does anyone know if this is carried anywhere in toronto?

Thanks so much!


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  1. Italian grocery stores like Lady York on Dufferin or possibly Highland Farms?

    1. I bought Nocella in one of the little grocery shops on College between Bathurst and Shaw awhile ago but I can't remember which one...

      1. Soma carries Slitti's version though it's a little pricey, but addictive! To convince myself I'm eating healthy, I like to stir some into goat's milk yogurt. Delicious!

        1. old thread I know, but Nutella in Europe is no different than here in Canada.

          1. There is a different type of Nutella like spread available at Leslieville Cheese Market and Il Gelatiere... for the record I find it too oily and much prefer Nutella.

            Il Gelatiere
            647 Mt Pleasant Rd, Toronto, ON M4S, CA

            Leslieville Cheese Market
            891 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4M, CA

            5 Replies
            1. re: JonasBrand

              I have a personal issue with palm oil products and was wondering if anyone knows of a Nutella type spread that's palm oil free?

              1. re: terrycar

                The UK Nutella uses Vegetable oil.
                None of the Canadian products (PC, Metro etc) arre free of it.

                1. re: meatnveg

                  Thanks. I'll check out the UK import shops.

                  1. re: terrycar

                    You're welcome. I happen to have an unopened jar of the variety made for Turkey & Russia, which also has vegetable oil instead of palm oil.

                    If you can't find it anywhere, you can have mine.

                    1. re: meatnveg

                      Thanks, I may take you up on that.