Every now and then you come across products in the grocery
store that take you back to a much simpler time in your life. One such product for me is, Nutella. Nutella is a delightful
combination of roasted hazelnuts, skim milk and a touch of cocoa to give you that one of a kind taste explosion. Whether
you enjoy it for breakfast, lunch or dinner, it makes for a worthwhile snack on toast, bagels or even crackers. My childhood
memories of Nutella include cupcakes and Nutella brownies. As I recall, it was a weekend ritual for my brother and I.
I for one, am very proud of my age and what I have accomplished
thus far in my life, but when I was told that Nutella is celebrating its 50th birthday this year with a series of galas across
the country, it made me feel just a little older.
Locations and dates-
Quebec City Place Laurier May 2-3 Friday: 10 am - 9 pm Saturday: 9 am - 5 pm
Vancouver Lonsdale Quay Market South Waterfront Plaza May 9-10 9am - 7pm
Centre Exhibition Common May 17-18 11am - 5pm
Nutella invites all of Canada to join them in this milestone
in celebrating 50 great years of bringing great tasting food to the masses. You are encouraged to share your own stories
of Nutella, new and old. Go to www.NutellaStories.com and share the love of an iconic food brand and how it makes you feel.
Enter on line for a chance to win a $10,000 trip to Italy and one of thousands of instant prizes like Nutella ear buds, key
chains and USB keys. Canadians are also invited out to the local celebrations in your own backyards.
The Nutella 50th birthday celebrations end May 18th in Toronto
with a big finale, which will be part of a much larger global party celebrating Nutella's place in food history. So, break
out the spread, settle in and enter as often as you like. And as an added bonus of being a part of the WonderMoms family,
we invite you to enter on line for your chance at winning a 50th anniversary Nutella gift basket, full of goodies for the
whole family, or maybe stowing them away for a quieter time when no one else is around.