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Nutella Tour Truck rolls through town this week


Okay, there are a lot of bad things you can cram in your pie hole for breakfast (pie comes to mind), but Nutella isn’t one of them, or at least that’s what the Nutella people want you to believe (they’ve already sold the idea to the Italians, who decorate breakfast tables with the stuff).

To prove the point, the chocolatey people of Nutella are cramming a truck full of the chocolate hazelnut spread and feeding the masses this week.

Starting in the morning, the truck will be at each location for five hours. (You can find the exact location on their Facebook page.) If you show up, they’ll feed you, plus shower you with free swank.

Thursday, November 15,University of Texas at Dallas (exact location TBD) | 9am – 2pm 

Friday, November 16, SMU (exact location TBD) | 9am – 2pm

Saturday, November 17, 3699 McKinney Ave (West Village) | 9am –2pm 

Sunday, November 18, Klyde Warren Park (Olive St & Woodall Rodgers Fwy) | 9am – 2pm 

Monday, November 19,  1627 Pacific Ave (Thanksgiving Sq) | 9am –2pm 

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