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Just as we thought 2016 couldn't get any worse, we bring unfortunate news for Nutella fans -- and that's pretty much everyone right?
The price of this chocolatey delight is shooting up after a poor hazelnut harvest, with some shoppers already paying up to 25% more, reports Mirror via Metro.
According to the site, this is the result of a poor hazelnut harvest in Turkey -- with prices of the nut (one of the raw materials of Nutella) went up by 38%.
And this could get worse as growers hold on their supplies, analysts Mintel told Mirror.
Shoppers are currently paying £2.50 (S$4.23) a jar in Tesco , Asda , Sainsbury’s and Waitrose -- that's £0.50 (S$0.85) up from the £2 (S$3.39) last year.
Prices of other nuts such as cashews and peanuts are also shooting up due to unseasonable weather, the report suggested.
The current price of a 375g bottle of Nutella retails at S$5.90 at Fairprice...so can you imagine if the price of this shoots up even higher!?
Could this be the end of everyone's favourite chocolate spread!?