Nocciolata

Certified organic hazelnut spread free of chemicals, artificial flavors, GMOs and palm oil.SO GOOD. SO ORGANIC.It's actually quite simple. Quality ingredients produce superior taste. Only certified organic ingredients go into each jar of creamy, dreamy Nocciolata. That means no chemicals, no artificial flavors, no GMOs and absolutely zero palm oil. Nocciolata is still made following the Rigoni's exclusive family recipe. It is a slow process that uses only carefully selected ingredients like dark chocolate from the Antillean Islands, Italian hazelnuts (16%), brown sugar, skim milk and Bourbon vanilla extract.Enjoy Nocciolata any time of day. Try it in the morning on toast, or on a crusty bread for a delicious afternoon snack. Nocciolata is the perfect special ingredient for cakes, crepes, cookies, muffins, and many more recipes. It's fantastic as a frosting or filling in all your baking inventions! No matter how you enjoy it, there are always new ways to love Nocciolata!• USDA ORGANIC CERTIFIED• ALL NATURAL RAW INGREDIENTS• NO ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS OR COLORS• NO HYDROGENATED FAT• GLUTEN FREE• NO GMOs• GENTLY PROCESSED FOR 60 HOURS• NO PALM OIL See More

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