Reese's Peanut Butter Chocolate Spread Is Now Available In Canada

Nutella has finally met its match.
Reese's Peanut Butter Chocolate Spread Is Now Available In Canada

Have you seen the price of Nutella lately? A medium jar cost $8... but what are your alternatives? Are just you supposed to NOT eat chocolate spread for breakfast, like some kind of peasant. Fvck No! Unfortunately there has never been a suitable alternative to Nutella in Canada, until now.

Hersheys Canada announced this week that they will be making Reese’s Spreads available in Canada. Because as good as hazelnuts are with chocolate, they cannot vanquish chocolate's true counterpart: peanut butter. Think of the infinite food-porn possibilities, now all of your breakfast creations, snacks and dessert can have an instant chocolate, peanut butter twist.

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