How Nutella is Made?
The video below shows how Nutella is made and the different ingredients it contains. It also shows how the spread is produced in a factory. The chocolate-nut spread is a perfect match for almost anything. The process begins with the cacao beans being harvested and dried in the sun for about two days. After that, the beans are roasted to release cocoa butter, which is the main ingredient in Nutella. This fat is also used to make other chocolate products. Finally, the cocoa beans are ground into a powder so that the mixture is easy to blend. Hazelnuts are added to the mixture to complete the chocolate-nut spread.
What Nutella Is Made Of
Nutella was first made over 50 years ago and has since become a staple of everyday life. It is eaten for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Many people even eat Nutella straight from the jar. But in 2017, the company decided to make some changes to the recipe. While it still contains sugar and cocoa, it no longer uses whey powder. The American version substituted this ingredient with the milk powder, claiming that this would improve the quality of the chocolate spread.
Today, the chocolate spread is produced all over the world, using different recipes. Some countries make Nutella with soy products, which is cheaper than cocoa and hazelnuts. However, this has not affected the taste of the spread. It is considered a hazelnut spread in some countries and a chocolate spread in others.
The Italian company Ferrero uses a variety of natural ingredients in making its famous chocolate spread. The company claims that the products are made with no artificial colorings or preservatives. As a result, Nutella is marketed as a healthy alternative to other chocolate spreads. Nevertheless, the ingredients that go into it are rather simple. In addition to sugar, the company also uses beet sugar and hazelnuts to enhance its flavor.
How Nutella is Made?
The first recipe for Nutella was created in the 1940s by Italian baker Pietro Ferrero. At that time, cocoa powder was hard to find in the country, and he used hazelnuts instead. Today, there are four factories in Italy that produce around seventy million pounds of Nutella every year. In fact, the company produces 25% of the world’s Nutella.
Ferrero uses advertising to create a demand for Nutella and to sell it to people around the world. The ads promote Nutella as a healthy and delicious food for breakfast. It has also used word of mouth and social media to make Nutella famous. The spread has become a staple of many desserts and has earned the same aura that bacon has with salty foods.
Nowadays, Nutella is sold in 75 countries worldwide. The factory that produces Nutella is located in Northern Italy. The ingredients are sourced from Brazil, France, Malaysia, and Turkey. Besides, other factories produce Nutella in North America, Europe, and South America.
Sugar, Palm Oil, Hazelnuts (13%), Skimmed Milk Powder (8.7%), Fat-Reduced Cocoa (7.4%), Emulsifier: Lecithins (Soya), Vanillin.