World Nutella Day History & Hosts
The History of World Nutella Day
World Nutella Day was created in 2007 when Sara Rosso, an American blogger living in Italy, thought that there were many days in the year but no day set aside to appreciate Nutella. Why not?
And World Nutella Day was born.
Sara recruited Shelley from At Home in Rome to be her partner in crime for World Nutella Day 2007. In 2008 Michelle from Bleeding Espresso took over duties as co-host and we’ve been spreading World Nutella Day love ever since!
Here’s some info about your multi-talented World Nutella Day hosts! For press or other inquires, please contact us at contact //at// nutelladay (dot) com
World Nutella Day Hosts
Sara Rosso (@rosso) is an American digital strategist, writer and photographer living in Rome, Italy. She writes about food at Ms. Adventures in Italy, about tech talk and growing your business at When I Have Time.com. Her photography has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, La Cucina Italiana and her writing can be found all over the Internet as well as in Fodor’s Italy guide.
Sara tried Nutella on her first trip to Italy in 1994 and tried not to gain the “Nutella 15″ when studying abroad years later. She’s been living in Italy since 2003, and she also co-hosts an all-Italy podcast called Eye on Italy.
Sara can be reached via @rosso on Twitter and via email at press AT sararosso DOT com.
Michelle Fabio (@michellefabio) is an American lawyer-turned-freelance writer and editor who has lived in her family’s ancestral village in Calabria, Italy since 2003. She is the managing editor of the Italy office of Gemelli Press, a boutique publisher that combines passions for books and Italy.
Michelle tried Nutella for the first time in Italy in 2002 and wonders how she ever ate fresh bread without it.
She can be reached at michelle AT michellefabio DOT com.
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