Nutella offers special limited edition jars for the start of the school year

Let’s face it: back to school is a time of mixed emotions. While many parents are happy to see their children come out of the house and do something constructive with their days, the little ones themselves can feel nervous about the end of summer.

Nutella just found a little way to make back to school a little more fun and special, even for students who are seasoned veterans of the classroom.

For a limited time, the makers of the beloved Hazelnut Spread are offering a series of personalized jars suitable for children of all skill levels. The range includes 14 different labels, each in the iconic Nutella look, ranging from “preschool” to “senior”.

Courtesy of Ferrero / Nutella

These special jars can be found at “a store near you,” according to Nutella. We couldn’t find any for sale online at the time of publication, but Hip2Save reports that they have found “tons” of them on Walmart shelves, with all qualities available.

You can see most of the lineup in this short clip the brand posted to Facebook, which shows all the options for elementary school students.

If you already have a jar of regular Nutella in your pantry or if you can’t find one of these limited edition jars in your grocery store, the company has made the 14 special labels printable on their website. Simply go to the page, find the level your child is headed to, print the label, and attach it to a 26.5-ounce jar of Nutella using glue or tape.

If your child’s rating on your Nutella jar label isn’t personal enough, you can find an even more focused version on Etsy, with the spread also included.

The seller JackAndCoStudio offers jars of Nutella in five different sizes, accompanied by a label that replaces the brand with the name of your choice. Prices range from $ 5.24 for a small 30 gram jar to $ 28.47 for a huge 1 kilogram jar.

Etsy / JackAndCoStudio

Whichever size you choose, it will definitely be a unique addition to someone’s snack rotation.

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