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Hershey’s New Spread to Compete with Nutella


While it may seem like the Nutella craze has only been here for a few years, Nutella has actually been sold in the US since 1983! Who knew? Yet, competition for this chocolate hazelnut spread has only recently appeared, like Jif’s Chocolate Flavored Hazelnut Spread released in 2012.

And now another company decided to join the rivalry for this trend. On January 15, 2014, Hershey’s revealed that they were releasing a line of chocolate spreads, one of which is hazelnut flavored. But while Nutella and Jif focus the use of their spreads primarily on breakfast, sweet snacks, and dessert, Hershey’s decided to take a different approach.

At Hersheys’ website you can find a ton of ways to use this rich spread that you may have never even thought of before! Some are more conventional, like different fruits, and some are just plain crazy: such as carrots, chips, pita bread and even pickles! Even with a different marketing approach one question still remains: has Hershey’s, creator of the classic chocolate bar we all know and love, crafted a spread that truly compares to Nutella? We had to find out for ourselves.

VERDICT: It really will be a personal choice. Yes, they’re both made with chocolate and hazelnut, but Hershey’s has done a damn good job making a spread of their own. To find out which one you are more likely to enjoy, check out the chart below. The side you agree with the most is the spread for you!

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Hershey’s spreadable chocolate: The new Nutella?

What could make a chocolate bar even better? Being able to spread it on just about everything. including your fingers.

The Hershey Co., the brand behind Hershey’s, has launched a new line of spreadable chocolates. And one of the varieties looks an awful lot like Nutella, the Italian hazelnut chocolate spread with a cult following.

Hoping to spur a chocolate spread frenzy of its own, the Hershey line includes a chocolate and hazelnut flavor, a plain chocolate flavor and an almond and chocolate spread.

The company suggests putting the spreads on anything from graham crackers, strawberries and bananas, to celery, pineapple and pickles. Pickles!

The hazelnut flavor isn’t exactly the same as Nutella, however. Still, we dunked graham cracker sticks into all three flavors and spread the chocolate on some cheese popcorn. It all worked. We’re also on the lookout for some pretzels.

The spreads come in 13-ounce jars and cost $3.79. They are available now at stores nationwide.

Will you try the new chocolate spreads? Let us know in the comments below.


Hershey’s spreadable chocolate: The new Nutella?

What could make a chocolate bar even better? Being able to spread it on just about everything. including your fingers.

The Hershey Co., the brand behind Hershey’s, has launched a new line of spreadable chocolates. And one of the varieties looks an awful lot like Nutella, the Italian hazelnut chocolate spread with a cult following.

Hoping to spur a chocolate spread frenzy of its own, the Hershey line includes a chocolate and hazelnut flavor, a plain chocolate flavor and an almond and chocolate spread.

The company suggests putting the spreads on anything from graham crackers, strawberries and bananas, to celery, pineapple and pickles. Pickles!

The hazelnut flavor isn’t exactly the same as Nutella, however. Still, we dunked graham cracker sticks into all three flavors and spread the chocolate on some cheese popcorn. It all worked. We’re also on the lookout for some pretzels.

The spreads come in 13-ounce jars and cost $3.79. They are available now at stores nationwide.

Will you try the new chocolate spreads? Let us know in the comments below.


Hershey’s spreadable chocolate: The new Nutella?

What could make a chocolate bar even better? Being able to spread it on just about everything. including your fingers.

The Hershey Co., the brand behind Hershey’s, has launched a new line of spreadable chocolates. And one of the varieties looks an awful lot like Nutella, the Italian hazelnut chocolate spread with a cult following.

Hoping to spur a chocolate spread frenzy of its own, the Hershey line includes a chocolate and hazelnut flavor, a plain chocolate flavor and an almond and chocolate spread.

The company suggests putting the spreads on anything from graham crackers, strawberries and bananas, to celery, pineapple and pickles. Pickles!

The hazelnut flavor isn’t exactly the same as Nutella, however. Still, we dunked graham cracker sticks into all three flavors and spread the chocolate on some cheese popcorn. It all worked. We’re also on the lookout for some pretzels.

The spreads come in 13-ounce jars and cost $3.79. They are available now at stores nationwide.

Will you try the new chocolate spreads? Let us know in the comments below.


Hershey’s spreadable chocolate: The new Nutella?

What could make a chocolate bar even better? Being able to spread it on just about everything. including your fingers.

The Hershey Co., the brand behind Hershey’s, has launched a new line of spreadable chocolates. And one of the varieties looks an awful lot like Nutella, the Italian hazelnut chocolate spread with a cult following.

Hoping to spur a chocolate spread frenzy of its own, the Hershey line includes a chocolate and hazelnut flavor, a plain chocolate flavor and an almond and chocolate spread.

The company suggests putting the spreads on anything from graham crackers, strawberries and bananas, to celery, pineapple and pickles. Pickles!

The hazelnut flavor isn’t exactly the same as Nutella, however. Still, we dunked graham cracker sticks into all three flavors and spread the chocolate on some cheese popcorn. It all worked. We’re also on the lookout for some pretzels.

The spreads come in 13-ounce jars and cost $3.79. They are available now at stores nationwide.

Will you try the new chocolate spreads? Let us know in the comments below.


Hershey’s spreadable chocolate: The new Nutella?

What could make a chocolate bar even better? Being able to spread it on just about everything. including your fingers.

The Hershey Co., the brand behind Hershey’s, has launched a new line of spreadable chocolates. And one of the varieties looks an awful lot like Nutella, the Italian hazelnut chocolate spread with a cult following.

Hoping to spur a chocolate spread frenzy of its own, the Hershey line includes a chocolate and hazelnut flavor, a plain chocolate flavor and an almond and chocolate spread.

The company suggests putting the spreads on anything from graham crackers, strawberries and bananas, to celery, pineapple and pickles. Pickles!

The hazelnut flavor isn’t exactly the same as Nutella, however. Still, we dunked graham cracker sticks into all three flavors and spread the chocolate on some cheese popcorn. It all worked. We’re also on the lookout for some pretzels.

The spreads come in 13-ounce jars and cost $3.79. They are available now at stores nationwide.

Will you try the new chocolate spreads? Let us know in the comments below.


Hershey’s spreadable chocolate: The new Nutella?

What could make a chocolate bar even better? Being able to spread it on just about everything. including your fingers.

The Hershey Co., the brand behind Hershey’s, has launched a new line of spreadable chocolates. And one of the varieties looks an awful lot like Nutella, the Italian hazelnut chocolate spread with a cult following.

Hoping to spur a chocolate spread frenzy of its own, the Hershey line includes a chocolate and hazelnut flavor, a plain chocolate flavor and an almond and chocolate spread.

The company suggests putting the spreads on anything from graham crackers, strawberries and bananas, to celery, pineapple and pickles. Pickles!

The hazelnut flavor isn’t exactly the same as Nutella, however. Still, we dunked graham cracker sticks into all three flavors and spread the chocolate on some cheese popcorn. It all worked. We’re also on the lookout for some pretzels.

The spreads come in 13-ounce jars and cost $3.79. They are available now at stores nationwide.

Will you try the new chocolate spreads? Let us know in the comments below.


Hershey’s spreadable chocolate: The new Nutella?

What could make a chocolate bar even better? Being able to spread it on just about everything. including your fingers.

The Hershey Co., the brand behind Hershey’s, has launched a new line of spreadable chocolates. And one of the varieties looks an awful lot like Nutella, the Italian hazelnut chocolate spread with a cult following.

Hoping to spur a chocolate spread frenzy of its own, the Hershey line includes a chocolate and hazelnut flavor, a plain chocolate flavor and an almond and chocolate spread.

The company suggests putting the spreads on anything from graham crackers, strawberries and bananas, to celery, pineapple and pickles. Pickles!

The hazelnut flavor isn’t exactly the same as Nutella, however. Still, we dunked graham cracker sticks into all three flavors and spread the chocolate on some cheese popcorn. It all worked. We’re also on the lookout for some pretzels.

The spreads come in 13-ounce jars and cost $3.79. They are available now at stores nationwide.

Will you try the new chocolate spreads? Let us know in the comments below.


Hershey’s spreadable chocolate: The new Nutella?

What could make a chocolate bar even better? Being able to spread it on just about everything. including your fingers.

The Hershey Co., the brand behind Hershey’s, has launched a new line of spreadable chocolates. And one of the varieties looks an awful lot like Nutella, the Italian hazelnut chocolate spread with a cult following.

Hoping to spur a chocolate spread frenzy of its own, the Hershey line includes a chocolate and hazelnut flavor, a plain chocolate flavor and an almond and chocolate spread.

The company suggests putting the spreads on anything from graham crackers, strawberries and bananas, to celery, pineapple and pickles. Pickles!

The hazelnut flavor isn’t exactly the same as Nutella, however. Still, we dunked graham cracker sticks into all three flavors and spread the chocolate on some cheese popcorn. It all worked. We’re also on the lookout for some pretzels.

The spreads come in 13-ounce jars and cost $3.79. They are available now at stores nationwide.

Will you try the new chocolate spreads? Let us know in the comments below.


Hershey’s spreadable chocolate: The new Nutella?

What could make a chocolate bar even better? Being able to spread it on just about everything. including your fingers.

The Hershey Co., the brand behind Hershey’s, has launched a new line of spreadable chocolates. And one of the varieties looks an awful lot like Nutella, the Italian hazelnut chocolate spread with a cult following.

Hoping to spur a chocolate spread frenzy of its own, the Hershey line includes a chocolate and hazelnut flavor, a plain chocolate flavor and an almond and chocolate spread.

The company suggests putting the spreads on anything from graham crackers, strawberries and bananas, to celery, pineapple and pickles. Pickles!

The hazelnut flavor isn’t exactly the same as Nutella, however. Still, we dunked graham cracker sticks into all three flavors and spread the chocolate on some cheese popcorn. It all worked. We’re also on the lookout for some pretzels.

The spreads come in 13-ounce jars and cost $3.79. They are available now at stores nationwide.

Will you try the new chocolate spreads? Let us know in the comments below.


Hershey’s spreadable chocolate: The new Nutella?

What could make a chocolate bar even better? Being able to spread it on just about everything. including your fingers.

The Hershey Co., the brand behind Hershey’s, has launched a new line of spreadable chocolates. And one of the varieties looks an awful lot like Nutella, the Italian hazelnut chocolate spread with a cult following.

Hoping to spur a chocolate spread frenzy of its own, the Hershey line includes a chocolate and hazelnut flavor, a plain chocolate flavor and an almond and chocolate spread.

The company suggests putting the spreads on anything from graham crackers, strawberries and bananas, to celery, pineapple and pickles. Pickles!

The hazelnut flavor isn’t exactly the same as Nutella, however. Still, we dunked graham cracker sticks into all three flavors and spread the chocolate on some cheese popcorn. It all worked. We’re also on the lookout for some pretzels.

The spreads come in 13-ounce jars and cost $3.79. They are available now at stores nationwide.

Will you try the new chocolate spreads? Let us know in the comments below.


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