Manhattan Goes Nuts for Nocciolata Spread

Oh, this is fun! Rigoni di Asiago has launched an ad campaign for Nocciolata organic hazelnut spread on telephone kiosks around the heart of Manhattan in New York City. Just look!

You'll go nuts for it

How could you pass that without smiling?

Nocciolata, from Rigoni di Asiago, is 100 percent natural and made only of organic raw ingredients without the use of chemical processes and does not contain artificial flavors, which could alter its taste. Soft and scented with the flavor of Italian hazelnuts, Nocciolata is a step above any other brand of his category. Ingredients are carefully selected, measured and skillfully combined to create the perfect, creamy consistency. Nocciolata needs 36 hours of artisan processing for a creamier and softer texture. With no trans-fat and no palm oil, Nocciolata is gluten free and the perfect source for calcium and phosphorus. It can be enjoyed as a spread on bread, an accompaniment to cakes, crepes or ice cream and it is even used by creative chefs around the U.S. for cooking and baking.

Nocciolata was selected as a 2010 sofi ™ Awards Silver Finalist in the Outstanding Jam, Preserve, Honey or Nut Butter category by the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade, Inc. (NASFT), now the Specialty Food Association.

Nocciolata is available at Whole Foods Market, Fairway, Gristedes, Food Emporium, D’Agostino and many others independent stores in Manhattan. Around the U.S. it is available in the best natural chain stores. For more information please visit the brand new web site

Also watch out for “LIVE SAMPLING” of Nocciolata pouches in selected locations around Manhattan during the weeks of October 27 and November 4. For more information on these events, check the Facebook page at


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