With the death of Michele Ferrero, who headed the Ferrero company producing Nutella, there could be changes which affect everything from the ingredients to price. So far, as Reuters reports, his son Giovanni has stood firm in keeping the private company just as it is. For example, he rejected overtures from Nestle to buy the company. But with Papa Bear gone, the son could cave.
Any change affecting Nutella could destroy its proven ability to reduce stress. For example, the mouth feel of the stuff is perfect to create hope that law students can make it through this one. Yes, once again.
As a Baby Boomer I position that mouth full of Nutella to experiencing Mary Richards throwing her hat in the air on "Mary Tyler Moore." Every Saturday we were shored up that we were going to make it, after all.
Perhaps Joe Patrice, journalist at Abovethelaw.com, should travel to Italy, where Ferrero is based, to be the ambassador for law students. He will plea that the product is never changed.