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Spread some hazelnut to start the day right

The globally popular hazelnut spread, Nutella, offers Filipinos creative ways to enhance their breakfast with The Nutella All Day Breakfast Truck.

The Nutella All Day Food Truck offers creative ways to enjoy breakfast using the hazelnut spread. 
The All-Day Breakfast Truck will introduce delicious ways to incorporate this delicious product with local foods. 

In Europe, Nutella is enjoyed with French croissants, while in the US and Australia it’s spread on waffles and pancakes. Here in the Philippines, which will be the first stop in the food truck’s Southeast Asian tour, it goes perfectly well with pan de sal. 

“Our mission is to inspire Filipino families to start their day happy with a bit of taste of Nutella. We see a lot of growth potential here in the Philippines, because of the growing breakfast culture among Filipinos. There’s heightened enthusiasm and appreciation about the fusion of global and local flavors so we see an opportunity to become a part of it,” says Cheryl Que, cluster brand head of Nutella. 

The Nutella All Day Breakfast Truck lets visitors choose from a variety of all-day breakfast menu items designed to take their taste experience to new and delicious heights.

“We are happy to be present here in the Philippines and aim to become a part of the delightful Filipino all-day breakfast culture,” enthuses Ferrero sales manager Fabrizio Barbin.

The food truck will be at Valle Verde Christmas Bazaar on Dec. 7-8 and Minkle Bazaar at The Grove on Dec. 14-15.

Topics: All-Day Breakfast Truck , Nutella , The Nutella All Day Breakfast Truck , Cheryl Que

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