FAQs on breakfast
Per every two heaped teaspoons (15g), which is the recommended portion size on wholegrain toast, nutella contains 82 kcals, 0.9g of Protein, 4.7g of Fat (of which 1.6g are saturated) and 8.6g of carbohydrates of which 8.5g are sugars
A 15g serving , which is equivalent to around 2 heaped teaspoons, is the recommend serving on a piece of wholemeal, seeded or granary toast.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but many of us leave the home without it, and one in four children leave home in the morning with no breakfast at all1. When we wake up, our blood sugar levels are low. So, in order to have the energy to start the day we need to refuel our bodies with a good breakfast.
1 Breakfast habits of school aged children, Azmina Govindji 2007
Spreading jam (15g) and standard butter (10g) on a piece of toast would mean eating 9.2g fat, of which 5.4g is saturated, and 11.3g are sugar. Whereas a 15g serving of nutella (theres no need for butter or margarine), contains 5.5g of fat, of which 1.7g is saturated, and 9.1g are sugar.
No. nutella is free from artificial colours, preservatives and trans fats (trans fatty acids), from hydrogenated fats.
Yes, nutella contains 13 per cent hazelnuts, compared to just 7 per cent cocoa.
nutella is absolutely suitable for vegetarians as the whey powder used to produce all our products is not derived from processes that use rennet, of animal origin.