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    War on NUTELLA ???

    Not sure what category to put this under... but how can ANYONE take away the world's most beloved chocolate spread ???

    Stores Are Pulling Nutella After Report Links It To Cancer | The Huffington Post

    Not sure what to make of it, but i have severe doubts that after decades all of a sudden Nutella is a cancer risk ?

    And i highly doubt that hardcore fans will move away from it.. IF they can still buy it. (i don't eat sweets very much, but i know a lot of people who will be HORRIFIED by this news.)
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    I like Nutella and get the little lunch packs with the crunchy sticks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoVsMatrix View Post
    Not sure what category to put this under... but how can ANYONE take away the world's most beloved chocolate spread ???

    Stores Are Pulling Nutella After Report Links It To Cancer | The Huffington Post

    Not sure what to make of it, but i have severe doubts that after decades all of a sudden Nutella is a cancer risk ?

    And i highly doubt that hardcore fans will move away from it.. IF they can still buy it. (i don't eat sweets very much, but i know a lot of people who will be HORRIFIED by this news.)
    Tons of things have palm oil in them. Those "soft" cookies from the store? Look at the ingredients.
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    Quote Originally Posted by syrenn View Post
    Sloppy cook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by syrenn View Post
    I like this video from your link better.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8NS0K-...tGlw0CtI_ksKgQ

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    It's worrying. I don't think I would feed palm oil to my little kid, if I had one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasselas View Post
    Tons of things have palm oil in them. Those "soft" cookies from the store? Look at the ingredients.
    Palm oil is responsible for massive deforestation in Asia, as I remember.

    Saw a story where they are clearing lots of forest to grow this stuff.

    All about M O N E Y as usual...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoVsMatrix View Post
    Not sure what category to put this under... but how can ANYONE take away the world's most beloved chocolate spread ???

    Stores Are Pulling Nutella After Report Links It To Cancer | The Huffington Post

    Not sure what to make of it, but i have severe doubts that after decades all of a sudden Nutella is a cancer risk ?

    And i highly doubt that hardcore fans will move away from it.. IF they can still buy it. (i don't eat sweets very much, but i know a lot of people who will be HORRIFIED by this news.)
    That means Gianjura, which is the heavy hazelnut candy with cacao, and Ferraro Rocher, is going to go away also, I doubt it, it's a popular snack/breakfast in Europe, just like the Dutch breakfast of bread, unsalted butter and chocolate shots.

    hagelslag:

    Eating Sprinkles the Dutch Way: Hagelslag on Bread | Serious Eats

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasselas View Post
    Tons of things have palm oil in them. Those "soft" cookies from the store? Look at the ingredients.
    And those ARE baked at high temperatures.

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