Nutella Just Launched 2 New Treats in the U.S.

There are several ways to consume Nutella, including on toast, with fruit, or on crêpes. Not to mention scooping it from the jar.

On Feb. 5, the brand will release two new US products to mark World Nutella Day, a fan-created event. According to Ferrero North America, 

both products are "already beloved by thousands across the world," even if they are new to Americans.

The first item, Nutella B-Ready, has a light, crispy wafer shell filled with Nutella and puffed wheat chips. The individually wrapped bar-shaped 

snack will be sold in a 2-count pack for $1.89 and a 6-count pack for $3.99 at major stores as an easy, on-the-go treat.

The second chocolate hazelnut product, Nutella Biscuits, are crunchy golden cookies filled with creamy Nutella. Each biscuit has a "n"-stamped 

heart and resembles a sandwich cookie. The 20-count resealable bag of cookies will cost $4.79. If you're hungry, both new foods will be available nationwide

Nutella B-Ready and Biscuits are the company's first U.S. offerings in 11 years. Nutella & GO!, a portable snack pack featuring

breadsticks and Nutella, was debuted in 2012. Pretzels and multigrain breadsticks with oats and blueberries debuted in 2021.

The cookie aisle has more than Nutella's new snacks. Last week, Oreo introduced its latest limited-time flavor. The new treat, called "The Most Oreo Oreo

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