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Auntie Anne's Pull-a-Parts with Nutella

Indulge yourself with Auntie Anne's limited edition Pull-a-Parts with Nutella. The all-time favorite pretzel teamed-up with Nutella and came up with this sumptuous new snack that everybody will love. The limited edition pretzel creation is also topped with Auntie Anne's signature almond crunch to make it more special.


It’s not exactly your average pretzel: the unique zig zag shape helps you to share the pretzel-love by making it easier to tear and share to your family and friends!


From the combination of roasted hazelnuts, skim milk and a hint of cocoa, the unique taste of Nutella hazelnut spread compliments the soft Auntie Anne’s pretzels that are made from scratch with delicious dough, hand-rolled, twisted and baked to a golden brown.


Well-loved by kids and kids at heart around the world, Auntie Anne’s Pull-A-Parts with Nutella is surely a delicious treat that you don’t want to miss. Get your perfect snack treat in all Auntie Anne’s branches nationwide: Mckinley Science Hub BGC, Festival Mall, Sm Southmall, Greenbelt 1, Sm Mall of Asia, Alabang Town Center, SM Megamall, Cash and Carry Mall, Robinson’s Ermita, Greenhills Mall and Robinson’s Metroeast.


To get the latest updates about Auntie Anne’s and new baked goods, follow Auntie Anne’s Philippines on Facebook, @AuntieAnnesPHL on Instagram and Twitter.

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