Nutella is a chocolate-hazelnut spread produced by Ferrero–the same team behind the amazing Ferrero Rocher truffles. Given its nut base, it's only logical to conclude that Ferrero should diversify its offering with a new, crunchy variety.
Little pieces of hazelnuts would only improve the already-delicious treat. Imagine your favorite Nutella-vessels enhanced by the texture of crunchy, sweet hazelnuts. Your toast, crepes and ice cream would be out of this world.
Ferrero is already halfway there with the Ferrero Rocher truffle, which consists of an entire hazelnut, surrounded by a chocolate-hazelnut cream, encased in a wafer orb, and then coated with milk chocolate and tiny hazelnut pieces. You know you want a Ferrero Rocher chocolate right now, and an entire jar of them doesn't sound too bad either, does it?
Nutella is perfect just the way it is. Everyone knows Nutella is mostly chocolate anyway, so there's no need to bring out the hazelnut flavor even more by adding gross little chunks into your immaculate Nutella jar.
Crunchy Nutella is what the world needs. It could make your favorite spread slightly healthier too. Hazelnuts are full of healthy fats, nutrients, and antioxidants. A healthier Nutella variety would give you even more reason to eat it on a daily (okay, hourly) basis.
Seeing rows of Nutella is a sight to behold, but the eye is drawn to things that are different and unique. Imagine the joy you'd feel as you saw the word "crunchy," slapped on a jar of Nutella. You'd be able to try a new Nutella product, and how could that not be great?
Nutella is now a staple of any kitchen. Beyond eating it for breakfast, it's also perfect for baking. There are Nutella cookies, brownies, cakes and icing. All of these incredible inventions would be ruined by crunchy bits of nuts infiltrating the system.