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The Italian Matteo Salvini condemns his beloved Nutella

The Italian Matteo Salvini condemns his beloved Nutella after discovering that it is made from Turkish nuts, not Italian

  • Matteo Salvini, 46, said he & # 39; would rather help companies using Italian products & # 39;
  • He commented on a meeting in Ravenna when asked if he enjoyed Nutella
  • Salvini later published on Twitter that he enjoyed & # 39; a slice of bread and Nutella & # 39;

The Italian Matteo Salvini sentenced his beloved Nutella after he discovered that the hazelnut paste is made from Turkish nuts instead of Italian.

The opposition leader, who heads the Nationalist League, had previously posted photos on social media of themselves enjoying Nutella sandwiches made by the Italian company Ferrero.

But the politician seemed to have changed his mind about the chocolate cake after he discovered that the product contained Turkish, rather than Italian, ingredients.

The Italian Matteo Salvini sentenced his beloved Nutella at a meeting in Ravenna after he discovered that the hazelnut paste is made from Turkish nuts instead of Italian

The Italian Matteo Salvini sentenced his beloved Nutella at a meeting in Ravenna after he discovered that the hazelnut paste is made from Turkish nuts instead of Italian

After being asked at a meeting in Ravenna if he still enjoyed the spread, Mr. Salvini suggested that he had dropped his former favorite in favor of supporting local farmers.

He said: & # 39; I have discovered that Nutella uses Turkish nuts and I prefer companies that use Italian products. I prefer to eat Italian and help Italian farmers & # 39 ;.

Despite his claim, he later posted on Twitter that he enjoyed & # 39; a slice of bread and Nutella & # 39; to sweeten & # 39; the day & # 39 ;.

The message was posted alongside a call to Ferrero to buy & # 39; Italian ingredients, from sugar to hazelnuts, to help our farmers! & # 39;

The politician later placed a picture of himself in a supermarket aisle next to dozens of pots of the spread, and wrote: & # 39; Happy Friday everyone & # 39;

The politician later placed a picture of himself in a supermarket aisle next to dozens of pots of the spread, and wrote: & # 39; Happy Friday everyone & # 39;

The politician later placed a picture of himself in a supermarket aisle next to dozens of pots of the spread, and wrote: & # 39; Happy Friday everyone & # 39;

He then placed a picture of himself in a supermarket aisle next to dozens of pots of the spread, with the text: & # 39; Happy Friday everyone & # 39 ;.

Ferrero, based in Alba, Italy, is one of & # 39; s largest buyers of hazelnuts in the world, but Italian production would not be enough to support Nutella & # 39; s production.

Mr. Salvini's League is known for its first motto for Italians and the defense of Made In Italy products.

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