You may not have known before, but February 5th is World Nutella Day! People just can’t get enough of this delicious spread, with one jar of Nutella being sold every 2.5 seconds; and the number of jars sold in a day weigh the equivalent of the Statue of Liberty three times over! There’s loads of impressive statistics, but today we want to share with you the #Top5 Most Random Facts about Nutella. So grab a spoon and a jar of Nutella and get reading!
In 2015, a court in France banned a couple from naming their daughter Nutella. Instead, the couple seemingly came up with a compromise, calling their daughter Ella.
Nutella has its own stamp. It was distributed by the Italian postal service in 2014 to celebrate Nutella’s 50th anniversary. We wonder if it tasted like Nutella when you licked it…
An early version of Nutella made in 1946 came in a block form; you would slice it and put it on top of your bread. They didn’t start selling it in it’s more familiar creamy form until 1951.
Nutella sells jars that come with tiny jar jumpers! Unfortunately they can’t be bought online and are only available in select duty free stores around the world, but look how cute they are!
Finally, and be prepared to be shocked, there’s a high chance you have been saying Nutella wrong this entire time! Whilst most of us call it “nuh-tell-uh”, the official Nutella website states it’s actually pronounced “new-tell-uh”.