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[Amazon.ca] Amazon.ca: Nutella 1KG tub $6.12

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There's also Gioia Hazelnut Chocolate Spread for $2.45. Works out to about the same price per gram for a smaller jar:
https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B007XG ... UTF8&psc=1
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This was a good satisfying read. Thanks
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nintendo wrote: https://www.amazon.ca/NUTELLA-Hazelnut- ... 0766117N4/
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For price reference: I bought my last tub on amazon for $10.99 which I think is their regular price but I know sometimes it goes on sale for $9.99. They sell the 2 pack at costco online for $17.99.

Not an add-on item. Enjoy!
Isn't it 11.99 for the 2 pack??

https://www.costco.ca/nutella-spread-1- ... 17591.html
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Correlation =/= causation

How do we know the toast didn't kill him?
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darkspider wrote: What do you guys eat this with?
Bananas, pancakes, breads sometimes Nutella itself

I wish people to response to this question more. It's more fun than reading all the negative health effect of it. And I want to know what other ways to consume it.
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Thanks OP. Lol imagine if every thread broke down into how bad for the environment/your health the item is...
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I just finished a 1L Nutella jar myself. I'm alive.
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FYI I saw the 2 pack of 1kg each at Costco for $10.89 the other day, so $5.45 each
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SoroSuub1 wrote: Walmart Toronto flyer ad shows $4.47 for the 725g size, so that's equvalent to $6.16/kg.
i never get why people post these amazon threads, they almost never have good deals. Its only a good deal if you don't want to get your rear end off the couch and drive 4 mins to the nearest walmart

actually scratch that, amazon is useless for buying everyday popular items, but if you want to get obscure things (like in my case, a printer toner for a 7 year old printer) then its definitely a great place to get it.
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djredhat wrote: Who dares to downvote 1kg of chocolate? What kind of terrible human creature would do this???
A dieting one.
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Hawk25 wrote: FYI I saw the 2 pack of 1kg each at Costco for $10.89 the other day, so $5.45 each
Came here to say the same thing.

We bought the Kirkland signature version, (as it was highly talked about for 9.99) and it's honestly 99% just as good.

Maybe not as thick, but better to spread.
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drv123 wrote: Thanks OP. Lol imagine if every thread broke down into how bad for the environment/your health the item is...
lol

I bought one and I'm sure I'm in better shape than 80-90% of this thread. As long as you aren't consuming this for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and still are maintaining healthy nutrition and exercise routines, it's really not worth all the virtue signalling.
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simpleoff wrote: Bananas, pancakes, breads sometimes Nutella itself

I wish people to response to this question more. It's more fun than reading all the negative health effect of it. And I want to know what other ways to consume it.
I mix it with oatmeal and banana.
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I lavishly coat my Brussels Sprouts in Nutella so they don’t taste like crap. But then I usually just end up licking off the Nutella and trashing the Brussels sprouts.
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Hawk25 wrote: FYI I saw the 2 pack of 1kg each at Costco for $10.89 the other day, so $5.45 each
Saw this at the Costco business today.

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