Nutella refuses Isis game
sydney - The five-year-old Isis Taylor looked crestfallen on when the Nutella Machine in the supermarket refused to print her name on a jar of hazelnut paste. As a publicity stunt were children in Australia before their name on the famous wrap around a pot 's put, but Isis belonged to the group names that are forbidden.
Isis is the name given to the English-speaking Islamic State (Islamtishe State in Iraq and al- Sham) and the manufacturer believes that it does not belong on a pasta pot. Isis is also, however, the name of one of the most important goddesses in Egyptian mythology.
The supermarket advised the mother of the disappointed toddler in contact with the group Ferrero, the parent company of Nutella, says the Australian newspaper Sydney Morning Herald. She did, but Ferrero keeps guns: no Isis on the potty.