Experience Pure Deliciousness with Rigoni di Asiago Nocciolata Dairy Free Organic Hazelnut Spread
Do you love chocolate hazelnut spread? My daughter, Kendallyn is absolutely crazy about chocolate hazelnut spread. I was worried, however, that they held no nutritional value. It turns out, I was right! The brand we were buying had a lot of ingredients on the label that I could not even pronounce and were made of mostly sugar.
Kendallyn is also lactose intolerant, and would always get tummy troubles after eating it. I was excited when I was given the chance to try out the new Nocciolata Dairy Free Organic Hazelnut Spread from Rigoni di Asiago.
Look at how pretty this jar is!
Nocciolata (pronounced no-cho-lata) Dairy Free is a certified-vegan alternative to our better-for-you, higher-quality, better-tasting chocolate-hazelnut spread. Non-dairy lovers can now indulge in the creamy decadence as well! Made with organic ingredients completely free of GMO’s, preservatives, colors, additives, or artificial sweeteners, Rigoni di Asiago’s Nocciolata Dairy Free combines hazelnuts with cocoa and cocoa butter, natural vanilla extract, and raw cane sugar for a chocolate-hazelnut spread with undeniably superior flavor and smooth texture.
Nocciolata Dairy Free has a deep chocolate flavor, balanced by the generosity of hazelnuts. Perfect if you are lactose intolerant or milk allergic, if you follow a vegan diet, or if you simply prefer a more intense taste!
Nocciolata Dairy Free is organic, non-GMO, Kosher certified, gluten free and vegan certified.
From the very first taste of Rigoni di Asiago’s Nocciolata Dairy Free, my daughter was in love! I also thought it tasted so much better than the other brand we were buying at the grocery store. The flavor is rich, delicious, and tastes completely fresh, as if it was made yesterday. Kendallyn eats it by the spoonful. I enjoy it on toast. Kendallyn was so happy that she was able to enjoy this perfect hazelnut spread without getting a troubled tummy afterward.
*Lactose intolerance is the inability of adults and children to digest lactose, a sugar found in milk and to a lesser extent dairy products, causing side effects. It is due to a lactase deficiency, or hypolactasia. In some (rare) cases, babies have congenital lactase deficiency, which prevents them from being able to digest even human milk.
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*Product received. All opinions are my own.