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Jar of Nutella

Jar of Nutella

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Jar of  NutellaIn 1946, Pietro Ferrero invented a cream of hazelnuts and cocoa, derived fromGianduja  and to be spread on bread, and called it
 Pasta Gianduja
. The product had a greatsuccess
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and therefore Ferrero created the new company to produce and marketit. The sons of Ferrero became joint chief executives.Michele Ferreromodified hisfather's recipe to produce Nutella, which was first sold in 1964 and has became popular around the world.The company places great emphasis on secrecy, reportedly to guard againstindustrialespionage.
It has never held a press conferenceand does not allow media visits of its plant. Ferrero's products are made with machines designed by an in-house engineeringdepartment
Ferrero Rocher
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to:navigation, search  Ferrero Rocher, with the central hazelnut clear in the cross-sectionFerrero Rondnoir, showing the chocolate chip exterior Ferrero Garden (coconut), with the central half almond clear in the cross-section
 
A box of Ferrero Rocher A Rocher, layer by layer 
Ferrero Rocher
is a sphericalchocolatesweet made byItalianchocolatier Ferrero SpA, the producer of Tic Tac and Nutella. The sweets consist of a whole roastedhazelnut  encased in a thinwafer shell filled with hazelnut cream and covered in milk chocolateand chopped hazelnuts and walnuts. The sweets each contain 69 calories, and areindividually packaged inside a gold-coloured wrapper.
 Rocher 
actually comes fromFrench and means "rock ".
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[edit] Ferrero varieties
A range of Ferrero chocolates benefit from the advertising of the Rocher type. Thesedifferent chocolates are sold separately, and also as boxed collections of mixed types.
Ferrero Rocher
– a whole hazelnut, coated in milk chocolate, surrounded by'Nutella' filling, and encased in a nut croquante.
Ferrero Rondnoir
– a 'pearl' of dark chocolate, surrounded by a dark chocolatecream, encased in a croquante and encrusted with dark chocolate chips.
Ferrero Raffaello
– a half almond, surrounded by meringue and milk cream,encased in coconut wafer coated with coconut flakes.
Ferrero Garden (Coconut)
– a half almond, surrounded by coconut cream,encased in wafer coated with coconut flakes, and topped with white chocolateicing cap.
Ferrero Garden (Lemon)
– as above, but with lemon cream centre andflavouring, and lemon icing cap.
Ferrero Garden (Forest Fruits)
– as above, but with strawberry & raspberrycream centre and flavouring, and strawberry icing cap.
Ferrero Garden (Pistachio)
– as above, but with pistachio cream centre andflavouring, and pistachio icing cap. Note on spelling
pistachio
.
 
Ferrero Garden (Almond)
– as above, but with almond cream centre andflavouring, and almond icing cap.
Ferrero Garden (Hazelnut)
– as above, but with nutella-type centre, and a whitechocolate icing cap.
Ferrero Giotto
– a chocolate cream centre, within a wafer sphere coated withhazelnut pieces.The Rocher always bears a golden coloured wrapper, the Rondnoir a dark brownwrapper, and the Garden a silver wrapper with an illustration of the flavour under thename tag—for example, a strawberry, or a coconut.
[edit] Advertising
In most English-speaking countries, Ferrero have concentrated on advertising the Rocher chocolate, and allowed the associated recognition of their company brand name to sellother Ferrero chocolate types. In the United Kingdom the 1990s advertisement series based upon a party in a European ambassador's official residence has been repeatedly parodied in popular culture (see references in the section below) and taken on areputation for having limited artistic value.
Nonetheless, the extent of popular reproduction and mimicking must suggest a high degree of success in strict advertising

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