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Hershey’s—a more than 120-year-old brand—is trying to think faster and be more efficient when it comes to advertising.
Nutella has done customization before, with a personalized name labels project in 2014 that proved poular in stores like London’s Selfridges.
But now it has gone even further — in Italy earlier this year, the Ferrero-owned hazelnut spread created seven million limited-edition jars, each with a completely unique label.
The food and confectionery industries have long been challenged with satisfying demand for tasty treats, along with convenience and choice. Americans want healthier options, but they don’t want to give up their favorite chocolates or confections. In fact, the majority of consumers prefer classic indulgences like chocolate and other candies.
If you’re one of those people that puts Nutella on everything or just eats it straight from the tub, it might be time to head to Chicago. On May 31, Nutella parent company Ferrero is opening the very first Nutella restaurant, the Nutella Café in Chicago.