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Nutella frenzy

After a supermarket cut the price of a 950g (2 lb) jar of Nutella to 1.41 euros ($1.8) from the usual 4.7 euros, brawls have broken out in French supermarkets as shoppers scrambled to get their hands on the discounted pots of chocolate and hazelnut spread.

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