Nutella spat: France's Ségolène Royal told to leave Italian products alone

Italy’s environment minister plans to eat Nutella for dinner after French counterpart urged people to avoid product over deforestation fears.

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Italy’s environment minister has told his French counterpart, Ségolène Royal, to “leave Italian products alone” after she said people should stop eating Nutella, the hazelnut spread made by Italian confectionery company Ferrero, because it was destroying the environment, reports The Guardian.